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>> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday march 29th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn. another hour until sunrise. starting out with cool conditions around the bay. there's a little bit of patchy fog along the coast. most of it is down around monterey and salinas. we have a few high clouds that will be drifting over the bay today. nothing to inhibit all that warming that's headed our way today for the warmest day out of the next 7. 51 hayward and mountain view, as
well as san jose right now. cool spot up in the north bay, napa 41. how about 39 in petaluma. so the dewpoints are lower temperatures a few degrees cooler but the highs today even warmer. we are talking about 80s and still the 60s at the coast. i'll have the range for you, the particular temperatures in your neighborhood coming up. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. breaking news comes from almeda county where the chp is looking for a hit-and-run driver who killed a pedestrian on the freeway. the collision happened just after midnight on eastbound 580 on the hayward san leandro border. officers say the person was hit in the number two lane. no specifics on cart or the victim. eastbound lanes were shut down between 150th and 164th avenue for two and a half hours, but the lanes are reopened. there's more backlash from
bay area business leaders against indiana controversial religious freedom restoration act. opponents say the legislation signed last week by indiana's governor promotes discrimination against gays and lesbians. supporters say that's not the case, it will only limit laws that exercise a person's free exercise of religion. both sides agree the courts will have the final word. abc7 news reporter tiffany wilson has the bay area business reaction to indiana's move. >> i think that's horrid. >> i think it's crazy and stupid. >> its 2015. they should know better. >> it is uniting people with folks living in the castro. they say the new indiana law will legalize discrimination against gays. >> i think we should use our economic power. gist boycott the state. >> numerous business leaders
agree. some halted a major expansion project. yelp posted a blog saying it won't create business in any state that encourages discrimination. the ncaa based in indianapolis and host to the final four next week say they are concerned. and both the nba and wnba emphasize their policies of inclusion. >> i think it comes out as they will be recognized as bigot. so they are kind of defeating their own purpose. with the backlash the governor said he will support new legislation to clarify the law. he added the blow back against the religion freedom restoration act is driven by misinformation. it remains to be seen if there will be a clarification that will ease the economic effects for indiana. >> i wouldn't spin my money in indiana >> i was going to go to a meeting there next month, and i'm not going to go. >> in defense of the legislation, governor pence
noted 19 other states and the federal government have adopted laws similar to indiana's. in san francisco, tiffany wilson, abc7 news. >> san francisco mayor ed lee has already banned all official city travel to indiana to protest the new law 1. >> if hayward police are looking for a man who tried kidnapping a teenage girl friday afternoon at gunpoint. the 16-year-old was walking home from high ward high school when she was grabbed by a man, pulled into the back seat of his car. he pointed a gun at her, but she thought him and got away. >> i keep my eyes on cars and people who look suspicious. i turn them in and call them. better to be safe than sorry. >> the girl gave police enough info for this sketch. a hispanic or east indian man in his mid-20s. 5'7" with a short beard and wearing a hoodie. police are investigating whether he's the same suspect in two other recent kidnapping attempts.
investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire at a walmart store in san leandro. the two-alarm fired started after 7:30 last night in the kitchen of macdonald's on davis street. that was inside walmart. the sprinkler was activated and the fire was knocked down by. about 10% of the store was damaged by water from the sprinkler system. no one was injured and no word whether the store will reopen today. san francisco police are investigating a fatal shooting near a playground at a local park. police say the man was found with several gunshot wounds at crocker amazon park last night. that's near geneva avenue. he died at the hospital. no arrests have been made. in vallejo a man was found critically wounded in the laundry room of an apartment building yesterday evening. it happened at a complex on
hillborn avenue. the victim was shot multiple times, once in the head. he was taken to a local hospital in critical condition. a motorcyclist was killed in a crash in santa rosa yesterday afternoon. the highway patrol said a car turned left directly into the path of at motorcycle carrying two people. the motorcyclist died and his passenger suffered critical injuries. a passenger in the car was also injured. new calls are going out for rent control on the peninsula. >> someone has lived here for 20 years and then is being kicked out and has no affordable choice in this community. that is not justice. >> members of the st. matthew catholic church held a rally and march last night protesting rising months. many working families are struggling or being priced out of their homes. they are asking officials to put
in rent control throughout the county. >> one family down the street received a rent increase from 1,000 to $1,700 so right now the family is working extra hours. >> the county board of supervisors talked about rent control last week, but no action has been taken. now to a dramatic new video of a cliff rescue. yesterday morning the chp sent a helicopter was sent to rescue a man stranded in yosemite park. kevin and his friends took a shortcut on the trail friday night. they made it out but one got stuck and spent the night at the edge of a 320-foot cliff. you can see the relief on his face after that rescue. he had built a fire to survive the night. san francisco's newest police station is dedicateed to going green. it opened add third and southern base station in mission bay yesterday. it has active child beams to help with heating and cooling.
it can operate up to 96 hours off the grid after a major disaster. bart is giving people early warnings about big delays starting a week from today when they will start replacing track in oakland. the agency needs to replace 3,000 feet of worn rail, 1,000 aging wooden ties between two stations and they will do it over the course of 11 spring and summer weekends. it willness ses state stopping service while the work is being done. >> if you have an alternative, use that alternatives on the weekends we have the work going on. get a ride from a friend, ride your bicycle whatever, but we have the bus service that will be providing trips for free between those two stations. >> bart said the disruptions will be planned around events at
the stadiums. wrestlemania 31 is just hours away at levi's stadium. last night some very big men with some very big names were inducted at the wwe hall of fame. they range from local legends to a politician. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has more. >> from the bay area! [cheers and applause] >> the bay area is shining during wrestlingmania 31. hall of fame ceremony honored san francisco native rikishi. >> now for me this dream is reality. >> ten big names were inducted. >> not in my wildest dreams did i ever think i would ever be inducted in this hall of fame. >> 70,000 to 100,000 people are in the south bay for the four-day long event with the main event at levi's stadium. fans from all 50 states and 40 countries are in town right now. >> we try to get here a few days early to see the sites and everything else and everything
else is pretty much dedicated to wrestling. >> this 21-year-old saved all year long for his trip. he's not alone. wrestlemania is bringing a big financial boost to the entire region. in santa clara, 100% of hotels have no vacancies while here in san jose 90% of hotels are sold out. an estimated $100 million will be spent in the area during the event. santa clara's mayor is also using this chance to prep for the super bowl next year. >> this will give us an opportunity to refine our management and transportation plans even further. city leaders are focusing on transportation and security plans. >> lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> yeah, that's the way to do it to get ready for super^bowl 50. that's going to be quite the challenge. the weather not so challenging today really. >> if you are looking for rain, yes. we are looking at some cooler temperatures on the horizon.
but today we are going in the other direction with numbers more into the 80s in some parts of the bay. from our roof camera 52 degrees in san francisco. how about 73 today downtown. and the rest of the bay that forecast is next. >> all right lisa. also next, pope francis leads palm sunday celebrations at st. peter's square. who the pontiff paid tribute to during this morning's mass. and later, restaurants fed up with bad yelp reviews are
pope francis has ushered in holy week in front of thousands of worshipers in st. peter's square. this is palm sunday for the faithful. it marks the crucifixion of jesus. pope francis paid tribute to those who were killed for their faith today, a reference to the islamic militants. following mass the pope blessed the crowd while being driven through st. peter's. on friday he will lead the way of the cross service at the coliseum. next sunday one million people are expected to flood st. peter's square for easter. nearly two dozen people are recovering after a commuter train hit a car in los angeles yesterday. two cars derailed.
our abc news reporter has the details. >> looks like two cars derailed. >> a chilling train-car crash in los angeles. adding to a string of such collision across the u.s. in recent weeks. this time a commuter trained slammed into a car making an improper turn at a crossing in front university of southern california. the impact all but demolished the silver hyundai. miraculously, the driver was still alive. >> we used the jaws of life to extricate the single driver in the car. >> and also injured the train operator and 19 passengers. jolted from their seats of the train when it came to a sudden stop and the first two trains jumped the tracks. >> we would classify them as walking wound thed, minor injuries. >> this is the seventh train-car clash in the last two months. six people died in february when a train slammed into an s.u.v. at a new york crossing and the operator of another commuter train in southern california was killed last month when a driver got
stuck on the tracks. abc news, new york. an oakland artist who died in an apartment fire last weekend is being remembered by friends and family. daniel moe thomas created art using secondhand objects he collected. yesterday abc7 news was there as many gathered to remember thomas and put up his art for display at the mcloughlin gallery in san francisco. >> i think although he was in an emerging state of his career, he had a lot of important significant things to say about the art community. >> another celebration of thomas life will be held today at classic cars west in oakland not far from where he lived. hundreds came together at fort mason last night to help families cope with childhood cancer.
the 21st annual art-inspiring gala benefits children with cancer. it gives children with cancer an opportunity to attend an camp adventure. cheryl jennings was there to be part of the fundraiser. abc7 has been a long time supporter of the camp. >> the bishop o'dowd boys basketball team has won the state championship after a nail biting finish. last night there was the winning free throw in overtime to give the oakland boys a 65-64 victory over southern california's mater dei high school. the bishop dowd girls won division 3 on friday. and a group from san jose also won yesterday 53-31. >> in about 15 minutes the half-marathon will be off and running in san francisco. it begins at 6:30 at the great highway and fulton streets.
it winds along the coast and ends at the civic plaza. thousands of people are expected to participate in the race. there are street closers. you are looking at scenes from last year. organizers this year have set a strict 2 1/2 hour time limit for the runners to finish and the roads will reopen at 10:00. so it's good to have it early when the weather is cool because it's really going to heat up today, lisa. >> a little bit cooler this morning than yesterday in spots. that puts san francisco in the low 50s right now. live doppler 7hd tracking fog along the central coast. we will see a few high clouds today streaming by. sunrise is at 7:00. and it sets just before 7:30. so almost 12 hours 30 minutes of day light. and a warmer day today pretty much for everyone. unless you are right along the coast, half moon bay pacifica, point reyes. it will be in the 60s. here's a look from our
exploratorium camera where it looks pretty nice. we have fog around half moon bay. 50 oakland, 52 in the city with 48 in morgan hill, and it's cooler along the coast. as much as 10 11 degrees cooler. dewpoints are lower so starting out for most of you slightly cooler but by the afternoon most will be warmer. pelt aluminumma dropped down to 39 degrees. 51 concord and 48 livermore. low 40s napa and santa rosa. average highs mid-and upper 60s this time of year. we've been nowhere near that all winter long and all springtime long. we are starting out with the cooler temperatures, for the most part, around the bay. the coast hayward and livermore. so get set for a summer-like afternoon. emeryville right now in the 40s and 50s from oakland to emeryville and a little warmer today around the bay with mid-70s by about 3:00 this afternoon. we will see the temperatures come down tomorrow as much as 10 degrees in response to a system that will bring rain to
the pacific northwest. it won't be near us but today the warmest day by far with temperatures well up into the upper 70s and low 80s. it's that system that will be sinking south and bringing the numbers down kind of dramatically tomorrow. so today in the 80s for san jose. average high upper 60s. and then you lose about three, four degrees. but other cities will see more of a dramatic drop. and you will notice by tuesday and wednesday we are just at about 730 crows. partly cloudy skies tomorrow and a slow recovery. temperatures not getting that much warmer which is the good news. in fact, by next weekend beyond that, after easter, maybe we might be able to get some rain in around here. 80 in san jose. morgan hill about the same. could see a roar, 78 in milpitas. look at the low 80s in santa cruz. today the warmest day at our coast around the boardwalk 75 and palo alto. mostly sunny conditions, maybe a
couple patches of fog. mid-60s. it will be breezy along the coast. san francisco 73 degrees. and today it will be even warmer from cloverdale, clear lake and calistoga. 81 napa. mid-70s in oakland to the upper 70s as you head a little bit further east around castro valley and union city. then east of the caldecott tunnell. low to mid-80s. swimming pool weather with 80 in pleasanton. it will be cooler tomorrow with some clouds, and then the cooling trend continues into the middle of the week. somewhat near average by wednesday, and then a slow warmup come thursday and friday which would be easter eve on saturday. you can see what is showing up on live doppler 7hd anytime with the abc7 news weather appear. it's free on apple's appear store or google play. we have more information at abc7news.com/apps. >> i thought i heard you say rain? >> maybe maybe, capital "m."
coming up on gma. >> we have chilling new details about the final moment of germanwings flight 9525. as we are hearing more of what was on the plane's voice road and what is being revealed about the co-pilot's mental health, as well as questions about his vision and if that played a role in the disaster. also a spring break nightmare. gunfire erupting at a house party at a vacation hotspot in florida. seven people wounded, three are college students. why the county sheriff says he is working with a quote, recipe for disaster. and on a lighter note. what led up to john brady jumping off this cliff. new england patriots fans can rest easy this morning because he landed in the pool of water below. but what he is saying about that daring stunt. it's all coming up on gma this sunday. see you soon. >> thanks, paula. landmarks all over the world went dark last night to raise awareness of climate change.
lights on the bay bridge were flipped off just before 8:30 and stayed dark one hour in honor of earth hour. over at the golden gate bridge the lights went off as well. environmentalists urging participants to turn nonessential lights off as a simple way to slow climate change. this was started back in 2 to 07. cities throughout the world have gradually joined the call. more than 162 countries and territories took part this year. much more ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. emergency measures being reinforced in a west african nation because the ebola outbreak. and a negative yelp review. not unusual, but a bay
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be. 52 in san francisco right with 51 across the bay. 49 in oakland and 41 half moon bay. certainly cooler this morning at the coast and a little cooler everywhere else. look at that. 39 in petaluma. 51 concord and check out mt. tam. happy palm sunday to you with a beautiful sunrise. we will see temperatures today low to mid-60s at the coast. mid-70s from oakland. low 60 #* 80 #* 80 ace will be around the inland valleys. we will detail that for you coming up. carolyn. thank you.
new this morning from the west african nation of new guinie that the ebola is over. there's been 3100 cases there since august. the health emergency places restrictions on burials. all internments must be secured by the red cross. citizens have become less and less vigilant. >> a number of new developments in the deadly germanwings crash and the co-pilot believed to have done it deliberately. 27-year-old andreas lubitz sought treatment for a potentially career-ending vision problem. german media said they found antidepressants in a search. his apartment. and leaked transcripts reportedly from the cockpit voice recorder were posted online. meanwhile new questions have risen about whether he was fit to fly. >> i don't think a psychological screening method will be the best. making sure two people are in the cockpit as a rule is the best methodology. >> at the crash site yesterday search crews held a moment of silence before resuming the grim task of recovering wreckage and bodies in the the alps.
>> a scary situation in canada this morning. an air canada jet made a hard landing and came off the runway. everyone was able to make it off the plane, but about two dozen were taken to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries. you see snow blowing and piles of it on the runways. air canada officials say the weather may have played a role. in yemen saudi arabia said its air strikes have destroyed any remaining jet fighters and pushed shi'ite fighters out of areas. they continue to target scud missiles in yemen. they continue to cross into saudi arabia. yemen's president left his country after losing his ability to lead. he has the support of arab believers who are calling for a regional military force to deal with the conflict. it's believed the rebels are backed by iran. next month could be a big one for presidential candidates
to formally announce their run for the white house. sources tell cnn that florida senator marco rubio will likely launch his bid. last week texas senator ted cruz became the first prospective contender to make his bid official. and on the democratic side cnn has learned hillary clinton is planning an april launch, as well. however, if clinton doesn't run, this man, martin o'malley might. the former maryland governor is someone who could potentially challenge clinton. he will appear later this morning with george stephanopoulos on "this week." and you can see "this week" right here on abc7 at 8:00 following good morning america weekend. >> this morning an american and two russians are aboard the international space station following yesterday's arrival. scott kelly and one of his
russian counterparts will spend 342 days in the orbiting lab. about twice as long as a standard mission. this is n.a.s.a.'s first attempt at a year-long mission. part of kelly's mission will include studies how extended time in space affects the human body. many people do it. you have a bad meal or you don't like the service, you go straight to yelp and vent. this is the world that we live in today. but now abc news reporter rebecca jarvis tells us businesses are fed up and some are fighting back. >> for this popular hunan restaurant in milbrae, california named "wonderful." it's not uncommon to find a line of waiting diners. but one unhappy person posted this negative review on yelp. he claims he spoke to a waitress to be seated.
"it's not that classy a place burks they refuse to seat me." surprise, the restaurant owners looked at surveillance video. >> he never even spoke to any service. he walked in, he took a look around and just left within 22 seconds. >> the post going viral. many applauding the restaurant. but there's a whole other business backlash against bad reviews that's backfiring. >> smelled bad, kept the windows open the entire time we were there. >> when robbie checked into this hotel for a wedding, he was so disappointed he wrote a yelp review and gave it just one star. the hotel e-mailing robbie his negative review would cost the newly married couple $500. the bride and groom had apparently missed that when they signed their contract. backlash ensued, and later on they claimed embarrassment and claiming it was a joke. in some cases businesses have even taken the extreme step of suing reviewers. yelp said the law is on the side of the consumer. >> they have a right to express their opinion and accurately and truthfully describe their experiences.
as for the restaurant in california the owners are not boiling over one negative review. saying they would happily welcome dan to a meal anytime. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, knowledge is power. especially when it comes to what you are eating. the new wave of technology designed to let you know exactly what you are consuming. and here's a live look from our sutro cam. it's a beauty. if you liked yesterday's weather, you will like today. above average temperatures. what happens with the rest of the week? lisa argen along shortly with a full accuweather forecast.
>> welcome back, everyone. isolates 6:ed on this sunday morning. this is a live look from our exploratorium cam. sunrise coming around 7:00 this morning. a beautiful day ahead. lisa argen here in about 30 seconds to start with her accuweather forecast. >> if you dream big, you can achieve it. dozens of girls heard that message yesterday in san francisco. abc7 news was at the merced library for "when i grow up." san francisco's fire chief, a n.a.s.a. rocket scientist and a
journalist all talked about what they do, how they got there and what inspired them. >> see it through the eyes of women who have, quote, made it. how they did it and how they were just not afraid because you really have to not be afraid to follow your dreams. >> women can do anything men can. you can't let people tell you that you can't do something if it's a men's job because there's no such thing as a men's job. >> congresswoman jackie speier hosted the event in honor of women's history month. >> lisa. >> check out mt. tam. a beautiful day today with temperatures well above average 10 to 15 degrees above average. the sun is coming up now. it sets at 7:29. so a nice, long bay for you today. but a much cooler day for your monday. a look at the seven-day outlook in a few minutes.
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eric thomas reports, a wave of new technology promise toss do that and more. >> so we have a lot of stuff on the table. everything from sports drinks to coffee. >> if you are serious about dieting, you can always read the labels. but when it comes to drinks, a bay area start-up called "vesyl" believes it has a better way. just poor any liquid into the cup and sensors analyze the molecular content and beam it to your smartphone. >> 38 grams of sugar 120 milligrams of caffeine. what we are showing is how much you are consuming. >> medical director mark burman said the data, which can be tracked over days or weeks provides powerful insights into what users are putting into their bodies, and the effect that specific sugars and fats can have on their health. >> it's just not diabetes or obesity, there are many conditions. and when you trace it back it comes down to what you eat and drink. >> now a number of competing devices are also in development and could give consumers an almost unlimited ability to analyze any type of food or drink with just the push of a button.
>> i'm going to start with this gluten-free cookie. >> this video demonstrates their hand-held device which is due out later this year. it's designed to break down foods and alert people to harmful allergens. >> we help the consumer by giving them the ability to immediately understand what it does to their health. >> yet another offering from a company based in israel promise to analyze not only food but plants and almost any chemical you might come in contact with during the day. the devices all take advantage of a technology that beams light into a object and analyzes the spectrums or patterns that bounce back. >> and you can also see protein, fat, vitamins and minerals and more. >> if consumers bite or sip, it could revolutionize food labeling.
giving consumers specific control over what they put into their bodies. eric thomas, abc7 news >> lisa, a lots of people are just enjoying this warm spurt that we've had, i guess you would call it? >> right right. and it's going continue at least for one more day. we have a big cool-down tomorrow because the winds are going to shift and they will bring in cooler air. but today it's the warmest day out of the next 7. and you probably saw some pretty sunrise pictures. we more for you. a few high clouds will drift across the bay area today. and the on shore push will be with us at the coast. it will allow for the temperatures to be cool in the 60s there. here's a live look outside. it looks pretty good with temperatures chili in the north bay. we were about ten degrees warmer than average yesterday. about 15 degrees warmer than average today in some spots. 41 half moon bay.
cooler than yesterday at this time. here's a look from the roof camera. it looks pretty calm. the winds will be picking up so it will be brisk at the coast from ocean beach to stinson and half moon bay. look at the 39 in petaluma. 41 napa. but into the 80s today. oh temperatures will climb another 40 degrees or so from your morning lows. and finally from mt. tam, this is a very nice picture with clear sky and a little warmer today all around the bay for the most part. but with the winds coming in tomorrow off of the water and a little stronger the numbers will drop as much as 7 to 10 degrees in some areas but we will stay dry and then we will recover slowly throughout the middle of the week. a big dome of high pressure over the entire state of california, even pushing up into oregon and washington, allowing for the warmer weather today the warmer day of the weekend and the warmest day of the work week. as we get into april, can we get
any rain in here? of course, the extended outlook advertising a change. but whether or not we can believe that that's the big question. we have fog and a high surf advisory for southern california. a couple degrees of cooling there. 68 in monterey and the northern sierra. pretty warm in sacramento at 85. we will be looking at mid-70s today in oakland. there's your cool-down. by about 2 degrees tomorrow and dropping into the low 70s tuesday and wednesday. slightly warmer tuesday and wednesday but it doesn't look too extreme. there's the trough coming in the end of the week. it could allow for maybe some changes into next weekend. but check out today. we have mid-60s at half moon bay. 80s yesterday in santa cruz. we will do it again today before a big cool-down for your monday. 75 in pal amounts, as well as richmond. look at the 80s around lake port, napa clear lake and into antioch looking at mid-80s. 83 fairfield and concord about
81 trees. accuweather seven-day forecast has the warmest day today, womb sunday. and for tomorrow we have a few more clouds the on shore push and a cooler day all around the bay. we will look for that to continue into tuesday. sort of near average for wednesday around the bay. we will see the steady pattern and slightly warmer thursday and maybe some changes. looks like easter will be dry but we will have to wait and see. beyond that is what i'm look at maybe a system. don't hold me to it. >> all right. easter people would like for it to be moderate since we've got easter egg hunts and parades and visiting relatives and that sort of thing. >> and easter bonnets. it looks like it will be nice. >> all right. thank you, lisa. let's check out sports. the warriors now have their sights set on earning home-court advantage throughout the playoffs. after taking a five-game lead over atlanta for the nba's best record.
last night golden state made sure they were the best in the west by beating milwaukee. here's shu. he has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. well, with a in over milwaukee the warriors set a new franchise record with 60 wins in the regular season and grabbed the top-seed in the west for the upcoming playoffs. who's got it better than the warriors? nobody. steph curry and company refusing to take their foot off the gas. stops on a dime. drills the three for the early lead. andrew bogut a big block here. he starts it and finishes. curry for the lay-in. late second quarter, warriors up 12. the slashing dunk from milwaukee. and klay thompson returning to form. there it is, the instant jumper. drifting to the wing catch-and-shoot three. up 19 after three quarters of play. steph a game high 21, toying with jared dudley on the corner three. oh, my. 108-95, the final. they get win number 60 and get a top-seed in the west for the playoffs. no tougher task than
an undefeated season in college basketball, and specially getting through the ncaa tournament. kentucky on their way to do that. they had their first scare last night. a nervous look to the coach. jair i don't know grant one of the reasons why. 63-61 and 3:30 to go. kentucky takes the one-point lead. next possession for notre dame. grant also launching. irish back up 2. 1:15 to go. calipari barking instructions. saying give it to carl. two of his game-high 25. tied at 66. six seconds left. they foul. both free throw for kentucky. notre dame still has a chance. grant gets the inbounds pass. great defense from the wildcats, shadowing him up the sidelines forced to take the off bounds three. long. kentucky survives and they know it. 68-66. they are headed to the final four, still perfect at 38-0. and in the west region final aaron rodgers on the wisconsin bandwagon.
national player of the year candidate frank kaminsky went for 29. arizona played well. the two-handed jam. the wildcats with the three-point lead at the half. the badgers hitting everything from beyond the arc. 70-59 wisconsin. just over two minutes left. brings the cats within five. but sam decker responds, the wing three. he went for 27. less than 30 seconds to go. the dagger. decker with jefferson in his face, scrapes the ceiling and it goes. 85-78, the final. wisconsin is headed to the final four for the second straight year. they will face kentucky in indiana. sharks and flyers in philly yesterday. a matinee. plenty of postseason participants but both clinging to playoff hopes. tied at 1 first period. joe pavelski tried to center. the puck disappears. then reappears in net. credit the goal to little joe. trickles between the legs of steve mason who had no idea
where the puck was. 2-1 sharks in the third. the power play. clawed giroux. the game tied. held flyers it 18 shot attempts. stalock good in the shootout. low motion attempt. turned away. brent burns wins it here. backhand. glove side top shelf. 3-2 sharks but they remain 8 points out of the final playoff spot. that's the way the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. >> up next, the big stars you may be able to catch a glimpse of in san francisco today during filming of the movie about steve jobs.
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here are the winning numbers from last night's $40 million power ball draw. 2, 4, 6, 12, 38 and the power ball number 17. no one got all six. wednesday night's jackpot grows to $50 million. and the winning numbers from last night's $20 million super lotto plus. 7, 9 24 29 41. the meganumber 27. no one got all six in that draw either. wednesday's jackpot increases to $21 million. happening today, your hance to watch a movie being made about steve jobs. the movie has been shooting in and around san francisco for several weeks now. today a big shoot in front of the city's opera house that's expected to last all day. lots of extras will be on hand
to provide crowd shots. the movie called "steve jobs" is based on the best selling autobiography. that would not be a bad way to spend part of the day today. >> jacques it will be mice and sunny with low 70s in san francisco. we should see low to mid-60s for most of us around the bay. nothing has been normal about this year. it will be sunny. bodega bay 63. it's warmer than yesterday. could see a record down toward morgan hill and maybe in oakland. 81 livermore. today is the warmest day out of the next 7. we will cool tomorrow with a stronger on shore push. the cooling trend continues but then we warm up slightly. still dry. >> still dry. all right. thank you, lisa. thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight. off the runway. a flight skidding and crashing after a hard landing in blizzard conditions. >> a report of a plane crash. >> the wing badly damaged, passengers rushed to the hospital. while across the ocean, a new terrifying timeline. chilling details from the plane's voice recorder of the last minutes of the germanwings flight. did the copilot have a secret vision problem? the spring break shooting. gunfire erupts at a house party in panama city beach, florida. seven wounded. >> emergency, 5121 gulf drive. >> the county sheriff warning, with all the alcohol and firearms, there could be more violence to come. daring dive. >> are you gonna jump, tom? >> the patriots' tom brady