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developing news. the chp is investigating a three-car crash that killed two people that happened just before 9:00 last night near castro valley. a black bmw tried to pass a car. it crossed the double yellow lines and collided head on with a pickup truck, killing two men in the bmw, the driver and the front passenger. >> the vehicle had to be cut apart by the fire department to try to render life aid assistance to the driver and the passengers. >> a woman who was a passenger in the back seat of the bmw is in serious condition. and so is the driver of the pickup truck. the car that was being passed received minor damage. in san jose a partially paralyzed woman was rushed out of a burning building. this morning neighbors are questioning why firefighters within view couldn't put out the flames. the fire broke out yesterday right across the street from san jose's fire station 30. katie tells us why the truck is not equipped to battle a fire. >> it went in like less than five minutes. >> her son acted fast to save his partially-paralyzed mother.
>> he said the house is on fire. i said the house is on fire? so he picked me up and that me over his shoulder and got me outside. the roof is burning. we didn't know if the firefighters were coming. firefighters called the alarm and by 1:30 they ex-tipping wished the flames. >> everything that i owned is gone. >> now the atf is investigating and people are questioning why the station across the street couldn't put it out quicker. >> this particular truck does not have water on it. >> the captain explains the station 30 is equipped with a truck used for rescues. engines with water capabilities had to come from nearby stations because 30's engine was removed in 2010 during budget cuts. >> the second unit on scene was a fire station from one of the neighbor stations that arrived on scene about five minutes from
the time of dispatch. >> everyone made it out unharmed and the red cross is assisting. in san jose, katie, abc7 news. >> there are new questions this morning about the immigration status of the man charged with murdering his girlfriend, a mother of two. esmid pedraza is charged with the murder of 22-year-old stacey aguilar. abc7 news has the latest. >> 23-year-old esmid pedraza is charged with murder for allegedly gunning down his girlfriend, 22-year-old stacey aguilar, outside a valentines weekend's house party in hayward. police say his friend, 23-year-old donato perez, heard the gunshots and helped esmid pedraza dump the body down an embankment in a rural portion of fremont and helped ditch her i.d. and other belongings. the family said this is unbelievable. >> a lot of the family was
surprised more than anything. they never seen it coming. never seen anything like that with him, any type of violence or nothing like that. >> the family friend didn't want to speak on a come raw. he said the only thing he ever heard of pedraza being in trouble with the law is something related to a dui charge. the 2013 case now has immigration and customs enforcement under the microscope. that's when i.c.e. picked him up to see if he should be deported but released him on $2500 bond pending a review. according to an i.c.e. spokesman, due to the limited availability of detention space, i.c.e. prioritizes the beds for the use of felons and gang members. at the time he didn't seem to pose a risk. but it's a different story. detectives say he described to them what happened and his alleged role in the crime. perez is charged as an alleged accessory. video shows rough surf as a large wave swept a family out.
it happened in sonoma beach. it was near jenner. the family was walking along the beach when the wave hit them. lifeguards on the helicopters helped get them to shore. three women, and another went to the hospital to be checked out. >> there is a high surf advicery this morning all the way down from sonoma county to monterey. ocean beach in san francisco you can see the dangerously high waves. san francisco firefighters are warning people about the dangerous rip currents and sneaker waves. the white house honored two champions of change. we couldn't be more proud to represent our kids and families and teachers here today. thank you. >> that's alek lee from san francisco. he leaves a nonprofit called aim high which provides a free summer learning program for
underprivileged middle school learning student. and the award recognizes people in groups who help kids stay educated, active and engaged during the summer break from school. the countdown to the oscars is on. we are just one day away from the biggest night in hollywood. the brand new timeline video shows the rush how to get everything red carpet ready outside the theater for tomorrow's big show. abc7 news reporter matt keller is in hollywood with the glitz, glam and finishing touches. >> reporter: this week oscar is the biggest star in hollywood. everyone wants a picture. and in front of the theater all of the glitter really is gold -- or gold leaf. >> from the cathedral down to the hollywood boulevard. >> he has a jacket with oscar history on it. >> authentic red carpet? >> yeah.
he handed me a piece and said put it on your jacket. >> rolls of red carpet are covering up one of the most controversial stars on the hollywood walk of fame. this picture shows just how as -- shows how far republican presidential candidate donald trump is being swept under the rug, much to the chagrin of his fans. >> we came all the way out here from chicago. we came all the way out and they say that they wanted to take a picture of donald trump's car. they walk away very disappointed. >> the hollywood greeter said his pal, leonardo dicaprio, won't be disappointed sunday night. he met the frontrunner for the best actor award, and he said he has done a lot to bring home an oscar. >> this will be the year of the leo. >> they aren't expecting any rain this oscar weekend. it will be dry and sunny.
you couldn't have scripted it any better. matt keller abc67 news. >> we will countdown to tomorrow's big show. stay with abc7 news and live reports. you can follow matt on facebook and twitter @mattkellerabc7 for a live peek. there will be the opening ceremony and live from the red carpet and the oscars start at 4:30. the oscars start at a 1:30. as i just heard matt mention, no rain in the forecast there. >> no. it's been in the 70s there. and that continues for the weekend. more sunshine. back home we have cloud cover. a little bit of fog and a mild start. in the mid-50s in oakland and emeryville going for a hay today in the upper 50s. once again, february has been warm, but march is looking a little better in terms of wet weather. we will talk about it in a few minutes. >> thanks, lisa. coming up, thieves wanted for
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lisa has the full forecast for us coming up. >> a warning for people who park at the north berkeley bart station. thieves have stolen catalytic converters. they are all targeting hondas. alan wang has the story. >> mitch replaces a lot of stolen catalytic converters at his muffler shop in albany. >> they seem to be very brazen and steal in the middle of day, people's driveways. it's pretty surprising, seems to me. >> on tuesday catalytic converters were stolen from four car from the north station bart station in the east lot. >> we don't have security. >> all four sets happened here between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. in broad daylight. surveillance cameras and warning
signs are visible all over the property. >> but i don't know how well they are enforced. i think thieves of braver than everyone else thinks. >> in february 23 catalytic converters were stolen in bart parking lots, but still they say overall property crime is down 10% and they will continue with regular parking controls. in berkeley, alan wang with, abc7 news. >> consumers are used to finding lists of ingredients on food, but there's though requirement to list all ingredients of cleaning products. abc7 morning news anchor, reggie, finds out why many homeowners and organizations want to force manufactures to tell us more about the chemicals in our homes. >> cleaning products are part of daily life. >> in our homes, in our workplaces, our kids and teachers in their schools. all of those locations are cleaned with these products. >> a lot of products carry required warning labels about poison or eye or skin irritation
but most do not list all ingredients on the label. >> do you think companies should be required to put ingredients on the label? >> of course. they have to. >> i don't know why they would not be labeled. it's a product you are using in your home. >> public demand is now pushing many companies to disclose their ingredients. a few lists them all and a growing number post them on their websites. clorox now has a phone app. you look up the product and a legs of ingredients pops up. >> we found a wide range of company policies and they are not always straightforward. bill is with the environmental working group. he showed us a bottle of woolite that tells you to go to a website for ingredients. maybe you are allergic or my pregnant wife wants to use it, so let's see what's in it. >> but when he searched the
website -- >> but i'm not seeing anything about ingredients. >> looking around he called the phone number. he was on hold for a minute and then someone said he has to go to another website, one not listed to the the bottle. and then, almost 15 minutes later. >> here's the ingredients. >> but it's not an complete list because it doesn't show what's in the fragrance. industry spokesman cites trade secrets as the reason some ingredients are not disclosed. >> each and every product may have a specific formulation that's unique for that product. >> some consumer and health activists don't buy it >> the reality is all other competitors already know what's in the products because they can use labs to figure out what those chemicals are. so the only people that are left in the dark are the government and consumers and workers. >> but the cleaning industry said critics are distorting the
information about minute amounts of chemicals. cleaning products on the shelf today or safe when used as directed. >> the group is pushing to get california to require all ingredients to be listed on cleaning products labels. the measure failed in the assembly last month. they plan to try again. abc7 news. request. >> a five-year-old bay area boy has made remarkable progress one year after falling 230 feet over a cliff. abc7 news was at oakland's children's hospital where he shot hoops yesterday. last year sebastian was enjoying a family picnic in bodega bay when the ground gave way and he fell down the cliff. he now use as wheelchair when
he's tired and wears a helmet, but doctors are optimistic about his future. >> quite a few miracles, yes. >> sebastian returned to bodega bay recently to everything thank the firefighters who saved him. >> the chinatown ymca is holding their 38th annual run for the kids and that will mean street closers. clerk the website for the closers. most of the closers will be in effect tomorrow morning from 7:00 to 9:30. lisa, it should be nice out there with all the kids tomorrow. >> yeah. the temperatures have been pretty mild in the morning due to the cloud cover. that's not going to change today or tomorrow but we will get in more sunshine throughout the day as the clouds he begin to thin out. a couple weak weather systems missing us, headed to the north. we are looking at the cloud cover. although we had a weak front that fizzled last night and
that's allowing for the low level moisture in the atmosphere. with that some fog in the north bay. as i widen the view, you notice there is cloud cover out there. there are weather systems but they are not reaching us. it looks like after this ridge builds for the first half of the work week, it will break down, and that's when we are hoping to see some rain and hopefully things will change as we get into the second week of march. as we look outside, gorgeous from our sutro camera. look at all the purples out there. $5 mountain view, 567 san jose. 50 on the coast. a few degrees colder sense the last hour. and this camera is pointing from the east bay. upper 40s and a little fog around santa rosa, petaluma. it's 50 novato and fairfield. good morning concord. it's 53 degrees. it already feels pretty mild. if you are headed out, light jacket. it will get milder w will see clouds around.
the patchy fog confined in the north bay. and then you will notice that a few high clouds throughout the afternoon but it will be a nice afternoon today with partly cloudy skies into tomorrow, as well. warmer weather arrives in just the next couple of days. the high surf is with us until 3:00 this afternoon. check out the current wave heights. 9 feet san francisco. 13 feet monterey bay. very dangerous conditions. certainly it's the season for the large breakers. we've seen that consistently the past couple of months. be careful if you are headed out to the coast. the cloud cover this morning but look how quickly things begin to brighten up. afternoon clearing on tap today. we will fast forward it into tomorrow at this time just about and you will notice we have the cloud cover, the filed temperatures, and then a similar pattern featuring a partly cloudy sky in the afternoon. but we would like that ridge to go away, right? it looks like by late wednesday it's breaking down and we are looking at some light rain headed into the north bay and the bay area throughout the day on thursday, pushing into the
sierra nevada thursday night. so that brings a slight chance of rain in the next seven days wednesday and thursday. and maybe even lingering into friday. we are still looking it hoping for the potential of better rain chances after this week. you know, you heard that before. but since february has been such a disappointment, it wouldn't take much for us to get beyond february. 68 palo alto and fremont, as well as concord. 65 san francisco. the accuweather seven-day forecast, low 60s coast, 70s around the bay and slightly warmer tomorrow into monday. maybe a few clouds and a few more sprinkles arrive late tuesday. but the next system, a 1 on our storm impact scale, looks to arrive thursday and get us wet. and then it looks like the temperatures will cool off with that system. so, you know, we've been used to one little system at a time so this could be a change, a good change. >> we will hope for the best. lisa, thank you. coming up, a bit of hollywood in
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sequoia, the bald eagle, is back home. he was at the zoo after volunteers returned her to her porch. the 27-year-old eagle went missing during a flight demonstration monday. they spent days trying to track her. a hiker spotted her yesterday at an open space preserve and called the zoo. when her handler arrived, he blew his whistle and sequoia flew to him. students at an east bay elementary school were treated to some hello wood magic thanks in part to a white house program
that they say made all the engines did. >> a hero's welcome for a man many of these men have grown to love. >> i was really fun. >> she's talking about actor-artist tim robbins who spent the day mentoring students as par of the national turn-around arts program, a white house initiative trying to help turn around america's struggling schools. >> here they walk into a creative environment that has art on the walls. that part of them is being celebrated as something that's important and essential. >> burbank is one of 49 turnaround art schools around the country. since being selected for the program, they have added an art teacher and bolstered their music program. >> it he's played an important role in every classroom. test scores and attendance numbers have improved greatly. in fact, the program has held burbank become the highest-performing public elementary school in hayward.
their sense of confidence has gone up. >> i feel that i'm part of something big because what i am at the school. >> you can just like relax and do whatever you want. >> this was robin's third visit to the school. he will continue to serve as their turnaround arts mentor through 20117. >> if you provide a robust arts education, you give them a leg up on life. why wouldn't we want to do that? it makes sense. >> turnaround arts said that kids who are highly engaged in the arts are four times more likely to graduate from high school and college and go on to have successful careers. we have much more ahead on the abc7 saturday morning news. donald trump gains support from an unlikely person. what this could mean for his presidential campaign. presidential campaign. also, a health scare for everything you need to know about life, you can learn from granola. keep it simple.
>> thanks so much for waking up with us. i'm chris nguyen. we are starting this half-hour with a quick look at the forecast. here's lisa argen. she's tracking the conditionsy you live. hi, he'sa. >> chris, i can't even get into the way of this picture, it's too cool and too pretty. you have to hook at that for a minute and realize that's our sunrise. 6:44. gorgeous out there and we have more to go around.
in fact, with the cloud cover and the morning light, it's just as pretty everywhere. 55 morgan hill. 50 half moon bay. it's 55 in oakland. as you see, we could have fog below so there is some visibility issues. and from the exploratorium camera, just as nice. 47 santa rosa. napa 50. low 50s concord, livermore. and let's check out our sutro tower camera. another shot. it's in the clouds floating by. if you are headed out. upper 40s to 50s. low 60s noontime, partly cloudy. we will have a mix of high clouds and sunshine today. temperatures approaching 70s in some neighborhoods. we need rain and we will see hopefully a little rain in the first days of march. we will talk about it in a few minutes. chris. >> lisa, thanks. the democratic candidates for president prepare for today's south carolina primary. the policy say hillary clinton is about to score another big victory over her rival bernie
sanders. on the republican side donald trump has picked up a big endorsement. marcy gonzales is on the campaign trail with more. >> reporter: from going head-to-head to standing side by side. >> i look forward to working with him. >> donald trump getting a surprise endorsement from former gop rival governor chris christie. >> and the republican party needs a leader who will make sure that hillary rodham clinton never gets within ten miles of the white house. >> and attack after attack from marco rubio, who continues targeting trump. >> what we are dealing with here , my friends, is a con artist. >> and the possibility that trump may be the republican nominee. >> hello south carolina state! >> campaigning in south carolina, and not taking her double-digit lead in the policy -- in the polls for granted, she
and her husband, bill clinton, making 22 stops here this week. >> it would be a super send-off to do well here tomorrow. >> bernie sanders looking ahead to super tuesday and beyond, campaigning in eight states this week. but here in south carolina, voters prepare to cast their ballots. >> it's a political revolution. thank you all! marcy gonzales, abc news, columbia, south carolina. >> delegates have taken over for their delegates convention yesterday. they took selfies of some of the biggest names in their parties, at least the cardboard version. state rules do not allow delegates to officially endorse anyone in the presidential race, but they can certainly speak their minds. they will be passionate.
bernie's people are here and both sides are trying to convince the unconvinced. i don't think there are a lot of those folks here. >> last night yoko ono was taken to the hospital for extreme flu-like symptoms. the 83-year-old publicist said media reports that she had a stroke were not true. she went to the hospital on the advice of her doctor and melhuse staff decided to admit her. her son, john lennon, tweeted that his mom was just tired and she was doing fine.
russia intends to continue strikes against areas held by islamist fighters or isil that are not covered by a two-week truce. they would suspend all flights over syria for today to make sure no wrong targets were hit by mistakes. the cease-fire was agreed upon so humanitarian aid than reach people in the affected areas. the only way to deliver them a lasting defeat is to end the civil war and chaos in syria. >> this fight against isis will remain difficult, but we will continue to draw on all elements of our national power, including the strength of our communities and our values as americans. and i am absolutely confident that we will prevail. >> russia and the u.s. have exchanged maps showing the location of opposition groups pledging to abide by the cease-fire. the biggest night in hollywood is almost here but the
pre-oscar parties are already underway. george from our sister station in los angeles gives us an inside look. >> it's kind of the dream and the tradition of american film. >> eddy redmond co-hosting a special reception for those from the u.k. sandy is here straight out of princeton. redmond is up again this year for an oscar. also diane warren, nominated with lady gaga for the song "it happened to you." >> i'm more excited about this than anything. also here, oscar winning bell, indicate welsch, silverstone and others, all to support women. >> it's a nice thing to have women behind and in front of the camera and diverse voices, it's good business. >> 51 women are nominated for the oscars this year.
sunday is a big celebration. >> i will be at a party on sunday. excited. he is playing here in the south and i can't imagine a per, you know, performer outside of elton john himself. >> abc7 news. >> go to abc7 news to get your oscar ballot so you can keep track of all the winners tomorrow. you can find photos, videos and stories about the bay area connections to the nominees. 6:136 is our time. a new device to help you find more than just lost car keys. how a simple tech tool is making it easier to find bigger misplaced items. here's a live look outside from our mt. tam camera. this is probably one of the more beautiful scenes you will see all morning long. meteorologist lisa argen will be here in a few minutes with the forecast. ♪
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it separates our side of the room from theirs. listen. now you hear them. now you don't. every family deserves a two-room suite. yeah, it's pretty great. >> welcome back, everyone. lisa returns with the full accuweather forecast in just a few minutes. a little girl in the central valley has her prize pony back after a scare this week.
>> he got afraid and then just pulled it out of the guy's hand and then he runned away. meet tatum and. >> you will yet. she doubled as a unicorn at parties. something spooked her at an event the other night and she ran off. almost immediately there was a 911 call of a unicorn running down the road. she hid in an orchard for more than three hours until she could be corralled. it was a fairy tale ending. >> she got in a time-out because she was being a bad pony >> no hard feelings, tatum said she still loves her pony, despite having to give her a time-out. cute. >> cute. we were looking at the sunrise pictures and they just look fake, don't they? >> like a postcard. >> but, no, that's just our sub
rice from the sutro tower camera. on the peninsula you have 54. mountain view 55. yes, it's mild. we have fog, another 10 to 12 degrees of warming, making it for a milder afternoon. but what are we going to do with the clouds? and can we get some rain in here? i'll have those answers next. >>. >> that, lisa. also i ahead, the sharks will been rolling but strange things happen against buffalo at home, and it happened again last night. larry beil will have the low
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>> good morning, everyone. time is 6:44. let's take you down to santa cruz for a live look on this saturday. it sure is foggy out there right now. lisa returns with the forecast. she will let you know when the fog will lift this santa cruz coming up. n.a.s.a. scientists are keeping a close eye on how el nino is playing out on the west coast. they say this year's el nino is producing less rain and snow than previous el ninos. n.a.s.a. researchers say this year's el nino is peaking later in the season, and there's still time for more wet weather to develop. >> as it shrinks, this el nino, we may see a return of these storms in march and april. and that's what we are really hoping for. >> southern california has seen the greatest deficit of rain and snow. that could be problematic if it continues. it will make for a potentially potent fire season. >> in sports. tonight the warriors close out their long road trip in oklahoma
city. of the dubs face the that you understander in a bottle battle of two of the top teams in the western conference. you can watch the game only on abc7. tipoff at 5:30 p.m.. tomorrow the sharks are back on the road in vancouver to play the canucks. last night the men in teal return from a five-game road trip against the sabres. we have the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> good morning. the sharks have been playing well as of late, but for reasons nobody can truly explain, they really struggle at home, and they always seem to have a tough time with buffalo, no matter how bad the sabres are, and they are bad. a theme that would continue last night in the tank. sharks home after going 3-1-1 on the road. barely 90 seconds in, and he reps one past johnson. sharks on the board 1-0, but in the second period sharks turn it over in they're own zone. the shot is going to trickle past martin jones. you look at johan larsson. i want it!
he and the puck both go in the net for the 1-1 tie. late in the third the battle. zach bogosian's shot off hertl's skate and past jones. the sabres got the empty netter for 3-1 victory. and it's become fashionable to watch the warriors. captain jack suggesting his "we believe" squad would beat the warriors, which is comical. all this prompted andrew bogut to comment on twitter saying my under-14 team in melbourne would beat these guys. fat jimmy! lock locking down steph curry? they will take on the thunder in oklahoma stay. it's a game you can watch at 5:00 tonight at abc7. a complete recap on after the game with mike shumann live in
o k.c.. and women's college hoops. stanford and oregon state. off the turnover here. brittney with the finish. stanford by 14 at the break. mcafee finished with 15. erica mccauley with 25. stanford rolls to the 1,000th win in program history. 76-52. the oakland a's have their first full-squad workout yesterday in mesa on a roster with constant change. a new face happens to be an old face. infielder jed lowrie who has bounced between the a's and the astros the last few years. he contends every year is a fresh start for every team because nothing is going to be the same as it was the season before. >> i don't care if you get 25 na guys or 25 of the exact same guys, every year is a new challenge. you know, you will have different dynamics, the lineup is not always the same. so there's always moving parts. >> that's a wrap on morning how sports. one more reminder, warriors and oklahoma right here the have a that's on abc7. have agoraity weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> this morning we saw the fog
but here not too bad. >> 6:44, yeah, we have some partly cloudy skies here making for a beautiful sunrise. it sets at 6:01. we are just a couple of weeks until we spring forward. and those days will be getting even longer. it's over 11 hours. right now today. but we are looking at the cloud cover here and there around the bay area. and it is allowing for the mild start to your day. of the weak weather system that's bringing this just a few clouds now brought just a little bit of precip to the north of us. you can see all the cloud cover offshore. we need this ridge to break down and allow for some areas of cold pressure and cold front to move through. it looks like we will see that by, say, wednesday, thursday. but between now and then, it's pretty mild and benign the next several days. here's a look from our exploratorium camera from fear 15 where look at all the 50s. half moon bay continues to drop another four degrees from your morning show. it's 48 right any.
55 morgan hill and oakland. 54 san francisco. 56 mountain view and san jose waking up to 57 degrees. from our sutro tower camera, yes, some dramatic looking clouds for you. santa rosa 47. 49 in napa. 48 novato. it's 50 in fairfield with 53 in concord. livermore waking up to 51 degrees. we saw that foggy shot in santa cruz. and once gone, you can see the visibility pretty poor here. eats 51. they went to a high of 69 yesterday. about the same today with some sunshine. maybe a 70-degree reading hear. partly cloudy with the clouds around the bay. and we will see that for the rest of the day today. the clouds thinning out. same deal tomorrow as another weak system pushes north about i-80 and as high pressure builds in, we have the warmer days through the early part of the week and clouds increase. it looks like we are going to get some rain in here by, say, wednesday and thursday. we certainly have had the high surf stick around with wave heights now 9 to 13 feet with
averages from 12 to 13 feet. you can see how big they are. they are sneaker waves. the large breakers creating a big risk if you are headed out to the shoreline. be careful. the cloud cover quickly thinning out, leading to a very pretty morning. and by the afternoon we've got some clouds. with he have some sun and this is sunday morning. fairly similar feature with the cloud cover, the filed start, the sunnier afternoon. but let's fast forward through the week ahead. so remember we've got this big rimming overhead for monday and tuesday. so the storm track well to the north. but by wednesday and thursday it gets closer and looks like with he are getting some rain in here on thursday. could even linger into friday. rainfall amounts a little too soon to tell. but we are hoping that march is going to pan putt wetter than what we've seen. 76 in los angeles. wow, a warm day there. 63 yosemite with 53 in the northern sierra. you may have heard that the oscars are tomorrow. and with more 70s in the forecast, lots of sunshine
there. it should be a very warm afternoon. back home about just as nice here with upper 60s tore most. partly cloudy skies. if you are in ask around the coast, 62 half moon bay. san francisco 615. all these numbers anywhere from 2 to 4 degrees above average. and the accuweather seven-day forecast featuring more above-average warmth the first couple days of the week. then ice march and we get warmer. the clouds will thicken. come the middle of the week we could see sprinkles as early as tuesday. wednesday night into thursday, a more organized front could bring us a number 1 on the storm impact scale. that's something we haven't seen in a while and with that the temperatures will cool off. >> speaking about the red carpet forecast, the celebrities aren't the emones that will be happy about it. matt keller is going to be there. he won't have to hold an umbrella like in previous years. >> that's right. it should be great. >> thank you. you can call it the world's largest lost and found. a tiny tech tool called tail can help you be mind much more than just misplaced car keys.
michael finney shows us the device. >> by now you probably heard about "tile." you attach it to things you don't want to lose and it sends out a blue tooth signal you can track with your smartphone. tile is attached to keys or a wallet, or items lost around the home or office. but it makes a promise of being able to find bigger items further from home. here's part of a company video. >> if your bike goes missing, a lost item, it puts all other tile apps on the lookout of your tile and you will be sent a notification of it. >> sounds good, but does it work? [motorcycle engine revving] he says his expensive italian bike is proof. it went missing from his home in redwood city. >> when i got home, i remembered that i had put a tile in the back of the bike. >> here it is.
stashed under the seat of his motorcycle. he reported the item missing to tile, and three days later he received an e-mail notification. >> your bike was found on a location on the map indicated there, and it was here, right here. >> a couple of blocks off union square in san francisco. he called police, told them about the tile in the bike. >> twenty minutes later i got a call from the police that the bike was exactly where the tile app said it was. what do you want us to do with it? >> no one was arrested but he got his bike back. no worse for wear, but with 300 additional miles. here is tile's ceo and founder, michael farley. >> this is what it's all about at tile is helping people stay connected to things that they love. and when we find things like
rare italian motorcycles that have been stolen and bring them back to their users, that makes everything worthwhile for us here. >> the more tile users around, the more likely you are to find the stolen item. i'm michael finney, "7 on your side." >> supporting schools and programs. coming up, how you can help lo every wonder what nature valley is made of? ♪
seafood in oakland. it benefits superstar literacy. the program provides tutoring and after-school reading help for more than 400 families for nine schools in the east bay. >> 6:57, the time and a final weather check. >> pretty mild. 56 arizona 57 in san jose. going for highs today from the low to mid-60s on the coast. and fremont partly cloudy skies for you, 6ed livermore. and the seven-day forecast featuring almost similar temperatures and a mix of clouds and sun again tomorrow. sunnier on monday. clouds thicken on tuesday. it's march and hopefully that will bring us more wet weather. looks like thursday will be wet with a 1 on the storm impact scale, giving us the cooler numbers but looks like we are drying out on friday. we will take it. >> and we will enjoy the sun since it's here. we have to enjoy it, right? >> of course. >> thank you, he'sa, and thanks for joining us on the abc7
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