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>> a slow motion disaster is playing out on the big island tonight. lava from deep inside kilaeua is forcing open through miles of fish sures. >> it's torched msh than two dozen homes and the air in those neighborhoods is too dangerous to read. >> reporter: it's unstoppable. 2,000-degree stoppable destroying everything in its path on island's big island. >> the mightaire finally came true today. the whole house in flames. >> some of the 1,800 people who were told to evacuate hoping their homes will not be next. what's going to happen. >> what's going to happen with us if we lose our farm. we don't know where we're going to go. you lose your income and you lose your home at the same time.
>> reporter: some evacuees able to return home for a couple of hours. >> oh, honey. hi, sweetie. >> reporter: to gather their valuable possessions they were force to leave behind. >> joyful gratitude of oh, y e. we can go back and get those things, we can get our hands on. >> lava spewing three stories in the air. that's higher that statue of liberty torch. a 6.9 earthquake, the largest to shake the island in more than 40 years. the smoke ungulfing those neighborhoods. the vol can nick activity, we've be been hold the fish shoe there
are is causing new damage. and breaking news from new york. new york attorney general eric schneiderman abruptly resigned tonight after being accuse of abusing four women. each accuser alleged schneiderman frequently hit them often after drinking them and in bed and never with their cons t consent. he's been an outspoken supporter of the me too movement. stwo said they didn't file charges with police but both said they sought medical attention. he said he was innocent but that it would prevent him from leading the office's work. >> the disruption and impact on patients in a strike is noticeable. so what is at stake here? wages and job security as union employees say the uc health system continues to outsource jobs.
>> procedures had to be canceled because of this strike by state, county and municipal employees local 3299. >> we had an abundance of staff. some staff worked in other areas, some actually went home. and so we are now preparing for tomorrow. >> tomorrow, the nurses will join those on the picket line. those on strike are custodians, cooks, security guards and anyone responsible for patient care who's not a doctor or a nurse. >> this strike is about accepteding a powerful message that workers stand together against inequality and against outsourcing period. >> reporter: before landing a staff position with ucsf, he was a independent contractor at the medical center. >> the pay wage is a lot different. you could go from making minimum wage and then you could go to making $20 an hour.
>> i'm tired of seeing them exploit immigrants especially immigrants and people of color. >> the union refused to talk about salary negotiation, but uc did, saying the union wants raises of nearly 20% over three years. the hospital has offered 3% a year over four years. >> i cannot keep up with the rising cost of foods, education, and mostly the housing. >> the union has a patient protection task force at the hospital, so not all union workers are on the picket line. 234 san francisco, lyann lyanne melendez, abc 7 news. three people suffered minor injuries when they were hit by a suv as they blocked the street near westwood plaza. one person holding on to the vehicle.
she will not be the commencement speaker at this saturday ear graduation ceremony at uc berkel berkeley. harris's office say she is has canceled the engagement saying she won't attend because of the speaker boycott called by the striking unions. harris' office released this statement. she wishes the graduates and their families a joy us commencement weekend and success for the future. they are bright young leaders and our country is counting on them. >> turning to our weather no uh, we're about to see a roller coaster week of temperatures. >> let's join drew tuma. >> starting off the new week on a warm note. look at the temperatures, 10 to 15 degrees warmer today than we were yesterday. a high of 78 in napa. 70 in oak. a comfortable 77 in san jose, warmer than that inland. 85 concord and 81 the high in liver more. current temperatures out there now, not all that bad.
pretty comfortable evening out there. still 70 in concord, 62 in san jose. san francisco has dropped to about 55 degrees. but future tracker temperatures tomorrow morning, all of us mainly starting out in the 50s by 7:00 in the morning and by midday, already have spots in the 70s if not close to 80 degrees. tomorrow is a warm day but much cooler air works in here on wednesday. we'll have the few accuweather forecast in a few minutes. >> a 74 h-year-old woman has died after a car slammed into the ambulance she was in. she was rushed into the hospital when this collision happened. five people were hurt all together. you can see a white audi there and an ambulance. the woman inside that ambulance died at the hospital. she has been identified as katherine sunday. it' not immediately known if she
died because of the condition before the crash or because of the injuries suffered in the crash. >> a major step in a monterey county cold case from nearly two decades ago. today prosecutors charged a suspect in the murder of a 14-year-old whose body was found in an artichoke field in february of 1990. the suspect appeared in court today 11 years after authorities first issued a warrant for his arrest. and nearly four years after the process began to extradite him in mexico. >> today is about justice in honor of the memory of christie. no parent should ever have to suffer the loss of a child. as a father myself, it's unimaginable. >> leva is charged with murder and lewd acts with a minor under 14. >> a world famous bay area climber is back home recovering from severe leg injuries he suffered in a fall on el capitan
last week. he's speaking about what happened to him and his rescue. reporter laura anthony with a new interview you'll see only on nbc 7 news. >> fell and hit a ledge and then the rope caught me five feet later. >> it's a climb he made 177 times before without incident until thursday when a famed bay area climber found himself hanging from the face, only to be caught by a ledge. >> i just pulled out my phone and called 911. >> his climbing partner heard both his screams and the sound of his gear slamming against a rock. >> this is what's broken and shattered is the top of the ankle bone. got broken to the side. >> the father of two teenagers knew right away he was badly injuried. the bones in both of his lower legs shattered. >> i think from the x-raies i
saw and other people's comment, i will be wheelchair bounded if at least a few months. >> reporter: through it all as he spent the night on the side of capitan waiting for a rescue, he had the presence of mind to snap photos and post them on insta gra. . he said one day soon he will roll himself and his wheelchair here into his diablo rock gym to let everyone know he's okay and determine to return to the sport he loves. he told us he'll focus on the words he likes to tell others. >> do hard things because that's what makes it easier on you. if you choose to do the hard things. isle have some imagines to work on for sure. >> in lafayette, laura anthony, abc 7 news. >> up next, the dramatic scene playing out in monterey bay. >> more than 50 orcas have gathered there for a feeding frenzy. their main course might make some people feel squeech ir.
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>> as temperatures warm up, latleal snakes are coming out of hibernation. already we've seen two snakebites. abc 7 news reporter jonathan bloom explains how to protect yourself from snakebites. and the emerging science that could make hem less deadly in the future. >> that's a sound you don't want to hear unless it's coming from the end of david allen's hook. >> never would we handle a sniek with your barehands. >> he'll come get it and put it back in the woods where they belong. >> the snakes are juafraid of u as we are of them. >> reporter: the fact is rattlesnake the generally don't want to eat us for dinner. they just want to be left alone. which means the worst thing you can do is startle them. >> we walked around real gently and didn't bother them. >> i'm wary of them, but i
actually love .watching them slither away. >> reporter: and that's what they'll do, but if they're threatened, they'll bite. >> usually it involves someone trying to capture the snake, handle the snake or kill the snake. >> reporter: the park district issued a warning to hikers in the north bay. the victim's arm swelled up like a bloom from a baby rattlesnake. >> this was a pencil-sized snake. >> reporter: this doctor is working on a better treatment for snakebite, one you can take in the field as soon as you're bitten. >> a dose even this small could potentially get you to the hospital alive. >> reporter: that's a big deal in developing countries where snakebites kill over 100,000 people a year. in the u.s., snakebites are rarely fatal if you get to a hospital quickly. >> the snake's venom is designed to immobilize its bray and begin digesting it. the true test will be in f we can save people. >> reporter: the new drug could work for 35 different snake
venoms. in the bay area we only have one kind of venomous snake. one that will leave you alone as long as you stay far away. jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. one of the ocean's top predators is swarming monterey bay. there's a record number of orca sightings. they feasting on baby gray whales. i know, it's sad, right? tour directors are warning people about the attacks because of the way it makes some people feel. marine buyologists say it's unusual for orcas to gather in such live numbers but food sources are apparently abundant this year. orcas hunt gray whales, sealings see lions and dolphins. the department posted this video on twitter today, showing an animal checking things poupt the deer hung out and climbed on to the little driver's seat. climbing over the center console and eventually out the passenger
door. the deputy united the little fawn with its mother. so cute. >> bambi be free. how cute. all right, on to the weather forecast. gorgeous day, but things are going to get a little dodgy here. >> drew tuma is here with what's ahead. >> we enjoyed a really warm start to the week. much warmer than the past week. the next couple of days the temperatures go down and back up. live doppler seven shows us a really quiet picture. not a cloud to be seen on satellite and dry conditions. what we'll take you back outside. great visibility right now. you can see the tower far off in the distance. fog not going to be an issue overnight tonight. allergies right now, we are just suffering. and the levels are medium to medium high. not only tomorrow but at least through the end of the week by friday. your main offenders right now, oak, mulberry trees and grasses are now on the rise as well. if you've recently been sniffling and sneezing, it might be grasses that is the main
culprit for you. temperature wise, not that bad if you step outside. 50s and 60s a the this hour. we're at 60 in mountain view. 55 in san francisco, 59 in santa rosa. antioch checking out with a temperature of 71 degrees. here's the call from accuweather. over the next 12 hours, the majority of the region seeing mainly clear skies. the only exception, a little bit of patchy fog right along the immediate coastline. other wise, temperatures falling into the mid 40s to lower 50s overnight tonight. so your 12-hour day planner on your tuesday, really nice looking day. a lot of sunshine from the get-go. the sun is going to be really effect i at warming us up. by midday, a few clouds here. temperatures away from the coast to 70 degrees. then by 4:00, it's another warm day. maybe a degree or two cooler tomorrow than we were today. but overall, temperatures above average for this time of the year. so highs on your tuesday, it's a mild, bright looking day once again. if you like today, tomorrow is basically just the same. 69 in oakland, 77 the high in san jose tomorrow.
about 65 in san francisco, 79 in santa rosa. concord, warm tomorrow, up to 80 degrees. the pattern right now, high pressure is in control. it's essentially over california, brings us mild conditions and sunny weather. but by wednesday, you see this area of low pressure spinning off the coast. it will drag cooler air to our north and drop temperatures midweek around here. future tracker temperatures by wednesday, it's a one-day cool down, so to speak. temperatures either at or slightly below average for this time of year. by thursday, we bounce back once again. warmer air will surge in here, 70s and 80s in our warmest spots again. then by friday, it's mild to warm across the entire region. a lot of 70s and 80s if not close to 90 degrees. in some of our inland spots. warmer air moves in here on saturday. the catastrophe cue weather forecast is a little bit colder
tomorrow by saturday, we are very warm across the board. even our coast will be rather mild. by sunday, mother's day, looking bright, looking beautiful and by monday, a little bit of fog. temperatures get closer to reality. cooler weather midweek and bounces back over the weekend. . coming up next, apple's major milestone could happen as soon as this week. >> and it's the oscars of the food world, the james beertd awards next. see how many of our 16 local nominees are celebrating tonight. >> so many transportation choices these days. so why are you still driving your car? >> if you have a car at the enof your driveway, it's easy to understand. >> 7 on your side's michael finney will show you how to get rid of that car payment and keep your life intact. your life intact. that's tonight on abc 7 news at
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>> incredible. there are some bay area winners at tonight's james beard foundation award ceremony going on in chicago. outstanding baker went to valinda vion and michael sua in san francisco. there they are. might gurgich won for outstanding wine, beer or spirits professional. a san francisco architecture firm won outstanding restaurant design for 76 seats and over for insuchu in the sf moma. most outstanding went to zuni cafe in san francisco. the best chef in the west is dominique cren. the james beard awards are among the highest honors in the american restaurant community. >> up next, first lady melania trump urges people to be kind while her husband's attorney is answering questions about whether president trump might plead the fifth if called to answer questions by robert mueller.
also, the republican senate candidate who says he is more trumpier than trump. why he does not have the president's support. >> and the graduation outrage is growing. the college students semibrating as they picked up their diplomas taco taco are you one of the millions of americans living with a taco obsession? my $3 taco deal with three of the tacos you love and a refreshing drink can help. try my $3 taco deal today. clear! taco! taco! new at jack in the box.
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they sidewalk walked into the rose garden to unveil her policy platform, her focus, helping children in part by combatting cyberbullying, a campaign called be best. >> let us teach our children the difference between right and wrong. and encourage them to be best in their individual paths in life. >> as she implored people to be kind, her husband, right there in the front row. later joining her on stage with a kiss. a show of affection with their marriage under fierce scrutiny, amid mounting questions about hush money to porn star stormy danielss 1 1 days before the election. and now rudy giuliani telling that other women might have been paid off, too. >> did he make payments to other women? >> i have no knowledge of that. but i think if it's necessary, yes. >> is that possible, are there
other women out there who received money from the president to be quiet? >> i'm not aware of any other activity, but i would refer you to rudy giuliani to respond to any of those questions. >> be uh you've been in his circle for a long time now. is that anything that came across your december snk. >> again, i'm not aware of anything like that. >> rudy giuliani says he still doesn't have all the facts and he did little to clear up one big question, whether the president was lying last month on air force one when he said he knew nothing about that payment to daniel ps. >> did you know about the $130,000 payment to stormy daniels? >> no. >> jaul janne's focus -- special counsel robert mueller, the prospect of a presidential interview now seeming increasingly dim. >> i'm going to walk him into a prosecution for perjury like martha stewart did. >> truch's insistence on the campaign trail that only guilty people take the fifth. >> if you're innocent, why are you taking the fifth amendment?
>> giuliani says fifth is on the table for the president. >> are you confident the president will not take the fifth in this case? >> how, how can i ever be confident on that? >> that is, if he decides to comply at all. >> what happens if robert mueller subpoenas the president, will you comply? >> well, we don't have to opinion he's the president of the united states. abc news, the white house. >> meanwhile, the president says he will announce soon whether he will pull the united states out of iran nuclear deal. diplomats familiar with the negotiations say president trump appeared inclined to scrap the deal and reimpors sanctions on iran. mr. trump berated john kerry for calling on leaders around the world to try to save that deal. the president kuls it possibly ill deal shadow diplomacy. well, the u.s. justice department is taking a harder stance on illegal immigration. speaking from san diego, attorney general jeff sessions vowed to have the justice department prosecute anyone and
everyone who enters the southwest border without documentation. sessions warned children may be separated from their parents if families were involved in illegal crossings. >> we're here to send a mess anl to the world that we are not going to let the country be overwhelmed. people are not going to caravan or otherwise stampede our border. >> families of migrants said most are escapes violence in their countries. there are primaries in four states tomorrow one of the most closely watched is the u.s. senate race in west virginia where a former coal mines executive is running as a republican. he's calling himself trumpier than trump. but even the president won't have anything to do with him. >> the senate candidate is so controversial that tonight his own party is telling voters not support him. >> i'm neither despicable or a moron or a big got. >> president trump is compares
don blankenship to roy moore saying he can't win the general election in your state. no way. remember alabama. blankenship resfonded saying he's trumpier than trump, but sometimes the president gets it wrong. point ing out the president's support of accused pedophile roy moore. the coal baron just served a year in prison after 29 people died in a 2010 explosion in one of his mines. but today, he blamed the government 37. >> it's as obvious it can be. the upper branch explosion is caused by the government. >> he sparked outrage after this ad about mitch mcconnell's wife. >> he created millions of jobs for china people. >> reporter: he claimed he's misunderstood. >> what do you want people to know about you? >> i'm probably the most honest person ever to run for office. >> he's embracing the president and his agenda.
he says the president is simply being misinformed by the establishment in coming out against him. he says those in washington simply don't want him to win because he would help promote trump's agenda. abc news, washington. the central figure in the iran contra scandal of the 1908s is about to become president of the national rifle association. nra executive wayne lapierre announced retired lieutenant colonel oliver north's appointment today calling north the hands down absolute beth choice to lead our nra board. his words. lapierre kor compared north favorably to charleston heston who served as president from 1998 to 2003. north will receive the largely ceremonial position in two weeks time. putin tallied 77% of the vote.
over the weekend, police arrested hundreds of protesters at opposition rallies across russia. today's ceremony took place in an ornate kremlin hall glimmering with gold leaf. one guest at the inauguration, actor steven segal. we circled him there in the crowd as you see the camera pass by. the action movie star was granted russian citizenship two years ago. the university of florida is apoll jiedsing tonight for the aggressive way students were treated at graduation. several students celebrated as they were receiving their diplomas and were pushed off stage. . >> reporter: growing outrage tonight after students celebrating graduation were grabbed and physically shoved off the stage at the university of florida in front of family and friends, even broadcast on the jumbotron. >> how would you describe the manner that they handled you? >> like a criminal. >> like assault.
>> graduates say they weren't given any guidelines before the ceremony. and that their brief dances are a tradition with symbolic meaning in their fraternities and sororities. >> it was definitely disproportionate and definitely targeted towards black students. >> reporter: the university president on stage at the time lar apologizing at other ceremonies. >> we inappropriately physically rushed a number of students across the stage in one of our commencements. >> reaching out to all 21 students in a phone call. >> i'm just appalled we did this to you and i personally apologize that this happened. >> in that moment, have your family and friends celebrate this achievement and have it taken away is something that can't be given back to us. >> students will no longer be rushed or constrained. one staff member who was aggressive with students is being investigated. >> stay with us, an incredible story up next.
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march. he was sitting in a trailer like this one attached to a dune buggy when his friend suddenly hit the brakes causing the trail trailer flip. >> i hit the concrete and the trailer landed on top of my head. >> he was rushed to the hospital where doctors delivered the horrible news to the teen's family. trenton was declared brain dead. his family then signed the paperwork to donate his organs. they planned to take their son off life support the following day. bub that's when trenton incredibly started showing signs of life. >> he's a miracle. >> two months later, he's back at home, continuing to defy the odds. >> there's no other explanation but god. there's no other way that i would have came back. even the doctors said. >> reporter: trenton's mom said she was told he would never recover. but one doctor we spoke to and fortunately for fren ton told us the brains of younger patients have a greater ability to rewire. lindsay davis, abc news, new york. >> that's incredible. >> good for him.
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>> for a kid who wasn't so interested in books, pharoah is now the one to encourage his friends to read. >> reading is so important. you need to read so you can get stronger. in oakland this is -- >> we love to read! >> abc 7 news. >> awesome. good job. >> well, tutor mate currently has ten corporate partners. >> if you would like to learn more and get your company or school involved, visit abc7news.com. >> one last time, we want to update the weather forecast. >> we're tracking that fog overnight tonight. going to be very limited. our marine layer is really compressed. the next 12 hours, mainly clear skies for most of us. dropping into the mid 40s in our coolest spots. most cities around the shoreline, upper 404s to lower 50s. future weather showing you tomorrow morning, 7:00 in the
morn, a little bit on the coast and perhaps through the golden gate stretching over to oakland. by 10:00 in the morn, any fog we do have quickly moves back to the coast. it is nothing but sunshine from there on out. so your 12 h of hour planner on your tuesday will show you. we're seeing temperatures in the 720s in a lot of spots. tomorrow is very similar to today. mild out there .. 73 in fremont, up to 80 in concord, 79 in santa rosa. san jose with afternoon sunshine. get you up to 77 degrees which is above average this time of year. the forecast is hitting a lot of us hard right now. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, medium to high levels of pollen. so the accuweather seven h-day forecast, tomorrow is a lot of shooin. we cool off, turn off the breeze
midweek. but that breeze will bring out warmer air on thursday. especially into friday. might feel hot in some of our inland cities. very warm inland. monday, spectacular, a bit cooler with a little bit of fog returning monday morning. >> thanks. >> a lot of pro hoops to talk about tonight. >> the warriors are so good on sunday. they are now just one win away from the conference finals. the dubs wither so good in game four, steve kesay they remind h of one of hir former championship teams. and lebron james owns the east. how king james has the cavaliers sweeping up
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four by 26 points in new orleans. they were in control from the opening tip. iguodala marked the first time the so-called hampton five started the game for the dubs. they were so dominating it reminded head coach steve kerr wfive of one of his former teams, led by a guy who did this 26 years ago. >> to jordan. jordan with a circle. good! and the pulls have won. >> the one i would compare to hours since chicago, michael, scottie, kukoc, rodman and ron harper. that's a lot of long rangy guys who can all handle the ball and make a play. that was pretty impressive. >> speaking of impressive, lebron james and the cavaliers going for the sweep of toronto. it was over before it began. the lebron with the behind the back pass to kevin love. lebron with the nasty spin move and lay-up as the kwafs are in control. then the shot of the game, check this out. behind the backboard, i think
that's h-o-r-s. the bench going crazy. deserves another look. lebron with 29points and 11 assists. 128-93, the cavs complete the sweep. that means lebron is going to the eastern conference finals for the tenth time in the past 12 years. that is impressive. the celtics up 3-0 on the sixes. as marcus morris tells joel embiid, philly trying to avoid the sweep. embiid with a putback dunk. an 11-point lead in the third for philly. t.j. mcconnell having a night. a career high 19 points. phil les led by as many as 14. no miracle comeback for the celtics tonight. ben simmons with the hammer. 103-92 the final. game four is friday in boston. outfielder steven piscotti was not with the a's tonight. playing with heavy hearts
tonight against houston. her initials on their hats. as for the game, houston scoring early and often. george springer crushing the brett anderson offering into orbit. 5-0 after two. top four man on for marwin gonzalez. that's deep into the night, 11-0 astros after four. and dallas keuchel wuss cruising. houston right now up big. 16-1 in the ninth inning. giants open a four-game set. philly the phanatic doing his thing. jeff samardzija still struggling. two homers on the night. the sharks gave up five runs and was gone after four. bottom five, two men on. carlos santana with a shot.
the pittsburgh penguins were eliminated. the pens were trying to become the first team to win three straight stanley cups in 35 years. >> showing off his arm. the word is he stepped up to the mic with no practice. his dad used to sing when he was a boy and he's been singing ever since without any practice, although he says he does sing in the shower. i sing all the time in the shower. still sounds offdee. this abc 7 sports report has been brought to you by toyota. >> he's pretty good. >> you don't walk up to a mike do you?
>> it's shower acoustics. thank you, anthony. >> coming up tonight on abc 7 news at 11:00, going solar. it may not be a choice much longer on new homes. we have a look at a new requirement now being considered by the state. >> and a look at the fashions everyone is talking about from tonight's met gala. that's on abc news at 11:00 over on 7. finally, technology never ceases to amaze us. as demonstrated in this next story. >> a squirrel snagged some real treasure, talking about a go pro camera. >> the creature became an action film director. got a pretty good tour of life on the ground as well as up in a tree. >> it starts on the ground as the squirrel scrambles with its digital nut, if you will. takes the camera up the tree anticipate just starts exploring. the squirrel on the move. >> this isn't the first time this has happened. so apparently squirrels have a weakness for the latest technology.