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good evening, and thanks for joining us. i'm dion lim. >> i'm eric thomas. all schools in santa fe, texas, will be closed through tuesday as people continue to mourn. >> 13 others wounded including a school police officer who remains in stable but critical condition. abc news reporter elizabeth her.
>> reporter: tisdale and perkins along with eight students. chris stone, kimberly lawn, shauna fisher, and exchange student from pakistan with angelique ramirez. >> angelique, she was a very funny person. she was very loved. >> reporter: 13 others still recovering from injuries including school police officers john barnes from gunshot wounds. the alleged shooter, 17-year-old dimitrios is behind bars charged with capital murder. >> he is in a place where i'm not sure what he understands. >> reporter: lawyers for the suspect telling abc news the shotgun and pistol police say he used in the shooting were locked in a gun cabinet and parents had no idea of the son's alleged
plan. >> they didn't know or expect and they surely couldn't have predicted. >> reporter: while authorities continued to investigate why this happened, an outpouring of support for the grieving community from across the country including an offer from nfl player jj watt of the houston texans stepping up and offering to pay for all of the funerals set to begin in the coming days. the suspect is being held in solitary confinement on suicide watch. his lawyers say the teen, well, he is still very much in shock himself. elizabeth her, nbc news, santa fe, texas. celebrate the life of man killed in a terrorist attack in spain. abc7 news in for the jared tucker memorial softball tournament. killed in august of 2017 when a terrorist's van plowed through a crowd of a chalk in barcelona. said this tournament is the perfect way to honor his life.
>> he was a very fun loving caring person. we wanted to gather up anyone who knew him and play his favorite past time, softball. just really a community gathering. >> reporter: the 12 team double elimination tournament with 150 players and 25 volunteers will go on through the night and finish up tomorrow. more residents on hawaii's big island are planning for possible evackauation as fast moving lava at 300 yards an hour. three football fields. look at this incredible video, lava taking over that house spewing from one of 22 fishers from kilauea's eruptions and another from the volcano summit before midnight. 44 builders so far destroyed. it was a royal wedding unlike any other. >> prince harry and meghan markle were married at st.
george's chapel at windsor. on the steps of the chapel. >> the bride wore a givenchy gown and broke with tradition to make the most of the walk down the aisle by herself. along with the celebrities who witnessed the ceremony, thousands lined the streets to wish the couple well. >> the royal wedding, what is there not to be excited about? >> more than 250 members of the armed forces lined the chapel route to escort prince harry and meghan's carriage. >> i like to think it means a lot to him that the soldiers, operations or training exercises. >> princess charlotte and prince george were part of the wedding party to walk down the aisle and the duke and duchess of sussex. >> speaking of, meghan markle's trail blazing walk is inspiring to plenty of women especially those of color. >> reporter david from windsor, england, with reaction to the
historic ceremony. >> reporter: when meghan markle entered and it was a moment many people of color never imagined would actually happen. >> even envision that and i'm sure her mother, you know, just to think that never would have ever thought her daughter, you know, would be marrying into the royal family. and so it's almost like a fairytale. >> reporter: with meghan, it's truly for anyone. as you look through the crowd, people of all colors were present today. >> it's really important to me because meghan is biracial and representing women of color. and that's why i'm here. >> reporter: inside the ceremony, obvious signs that this family is open to change. >> i love the fact that the ceremony included some of her cultural things such as the bishop. he did a wonderful job. >> there is power, power in love. >> and the choir, just stunning. >> reporter: a significant step
to better understanding, measured in the future of little girls who show up with tiaras and princess dresses. >> i have two little girls and they're seeing meghan who is the same color as them, so i find that it's something they are going to remember. they are going to look up to her as a role model. it's amazing. shows anything is possible for anyone of any color. it's really brought the world together. >> reporter: meghan markle being accepted into the royal family is deeply symbolic and it's changing and perhaps the world will follow. reporting from windsor, david, abc7 news. >> people got up to see the wedding. >> others slept in with a postwedding reception. cornell barnard. >> would you take harry to be your husband. >> reporter: a proper british tea party to watch the wedding
at the sir francis drake hotel. >> i think it's really exciting, actually. i think they're really nice people. >> i loved it. i woke up at 3:00. her expressions and you see a lot of love between her and the prince. >> reporter: $125 to show off their fas ncinators an some things for meghan, like donuts. >> people like donuts everywhere. >> sure, sure. >> reporter: nobody does pomp and circumstance like the royals. let's talk about the amazing wedding dress. >> gorgeous, very elegant. >> reporter: in the meantime, up on the hill, wedding bells chiming here at grace cathedral. the bells chimed at noon to celebrate the royal wedding. the episcopal church has ties to the uk. stopped to listen. >> i think they are a fabulous
couple that are going to do good things for this world. >> reporter: harry and meghan? congrats from the bay area. cornell barnard, abc7 news. >> if you didn't wake up early to watch the royal wedding, you can get a full recap of the video and pictures at our web site, abc7news.com. >> different sort of celebration tomorrow. 40,000 runners and many more parties hit the streets of san francisco for the 107th running of the beta breakers and pier 35 for the final few hours of registration today. the race starts at main and howard streets tomorrow and goes all the way to ocean beach and several streets closed and muni service altered and signs up in the market neighborhood and street closures and no stopping zones and if you're going to be in beta breakers, post videos and photos with #abcnow and to find them and feature them on air or online. a hands on event this
weekend on the peninsula is bringing out people's creative side. >> make your ferry is the most amazing place in the world. >> some people are really excited about it. why fans just can't get enough of an event that's part science fair and part county fair. >> bay area sports legend bill russell hospitalized but tonight he said it might have been avoided if he only followed his wife's advice. i'm meteorologist drew tuma. full numbers in the accuweather forecast coming make ross your destination for savings. if you're looking for an incredible selection of the brands you love, this season's newest trends for a fraction of what you'd pay at department stores, ♪ you gotta go to ross
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in a light hearted message, my wife likes to remind me, i don't drink enough. russell thanked fans and appeared to dismiss reports that it was due to heart trouble. later tweeted out this photo. he's back at home and rooting for the celtics against the cavs tonight and the 84-year-old basketball legend attended the high school in oakland and the university of san francisco. innovators, experimenters and tech enthusiasts are sharing craft ideas at the fair bay area. in san mateo for the festival of innovation and creativity showcasing makers who explore new forms and technologies. one is the seattle based company known for 3-d laser printers. a chance to make own creations in a variety of different materials at the push of a button. >> the most amazing place in the world to learn how you can make things instead of buy things. there are people all over bringing tools, crafts,
techniques. they can help anybody learn how they can create things for themselves. >> runs through 6:00 p.m. tomorrow. tens of thousands of people will overtake the streets of san francisco tomorrow. >> what kind of weather will they face? meteorologist drew tuma coming at you next with the accuweather forecast. >> not ready to let his rule come to an end in the east. come to an end in the east. how mamany consecutive games e
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charge. >> now your accuweather forecast with drew tuma. >> in accuweather, we start off the weekend with pretty windy conditions, a lot of spots were kb gusty over 20 miles an hour. and tomorrow afternoon as well, keeping the trend of what's been a cool month so far. live doppler 7 right now. along with satellite showing you that we have cloud cover over parts of the region right now. you do notice we are dry so there's no issues with precipitation but overnight tonight could have a little bit of a coastal drizzle out there but that's about it. the picture outside right now, live look from our exploratorium camera. showing you just a few high clouds right now streaming in from time to time and visibility is good but we do expect once again the trend that has been the last couple of mornings for the clouds to fill right back in. so we're talking about right now gusting to about 50 miles an
hour at time and then usher in a cool start to the day tomorrow. numbers out there and take a look at temperatures. it's not all that bad in a couple of spots and 53 in san francisco and 56 in san jose and vallejo with the temperature of 60 degrees. and here's the call. overnight tonight, you see the cloud cover filling in and the mid 40s to lower 50s and you see those pops of green on the screen around half-moon bay and a pop around fremont? there's that chance of some drizzle developing over the next 12 hours. tomorrow morning, you're going to expect overcast skies first thing in san francisco and the race under way here at 8:00 in the morning and 54 degrees will be your temperature and by noon, you'll have a head wind. gusting between 20 and 30 miles per hour. it's going to be cool with a temperature of 80 degrees. future weather, we have the cloud cover early on tomorrow morning and it will be slow to break down once again and by 11:00, still have spots especially on the coast and patchy fog inland that we're
dealing with first thing. highs on your sunday and south bay, breezy in the south bay and morning clouds, afternoon and sunshine. 6770 the high and below average this time of year and windy on the coast and half-moon bay and downtown san francisco tomorrow and daily city with the sunset and the richmond kind of socked in with the cloud cover and then mid and upper 50s. and 70 sonoma and oakland tomorrow, 63, 64 in fremont and breezy with afternoon sunshine and inland, mixed bag of 60s to 70s. and 66 the high in pleasanton. the accuweather seven-day forecast, tomorrow, it's breezy after a slow retreat to the coast and then a really steady patterns. morning fog, afternoon dips and near average by friday.
now sports from abc7 news. >> nobody's perfect, right? well, don't tell that to the warriors. they've been perfect in the last two years at oracle. games three and four and the series tied at one a piece. and blown out in game two. that has something that the warriors might be in trouble against the rockets. >> the sense of urgency wasn't there.
>> using the force to get the cavs back in the series and the big block there and kevin love. and 12 and 5 and brad stevens a and brandon one of the best in baseball. and down the bay and the bases loaded double down the line and giants take the lead and another after three and now to 6, it's 7-4 and three hits, four rbi on the day. giants homered eight straight games and snap the three game skid and how about crawford?
.450 in the month of may. >> you feel better at the plate and that can go a long way. >> a really good hitting team. that's anybody. i think overall, on the day-to-day basis, a pretty good showing. >> north of the border in toronto, giving up a two run homer to gio and jay put up four in the fifth. now to the seventh and the 4-1 bases with two outs and two strikes. and win it 5-4 and two games over 500 and won four of the last five. and ncaa softball tournament and
beats northwestern to keep the reason alive and top seven and lindsey with the shot to center. and ties it up and wild pitch and game winning run and 4-3 and season comes to an end. >> jockey mike smith two-thirds of the way in the triple crown and bob in the winner's circle and finishes third and justify will go for the triple crown in three weeks at the belmont staix and and tip-off just after 5:00.
the bay to breakers is tomorrow and for some people, it's going to be costly before the runners line up at the starting line. >> the power of social media. hear from a man who's crediting his twitter followers for helping him save his mom's life. a robot crossed the stage at the high school graduation in mobile, alabama, because one student couldn't make it. >> cynthia told she couldn't leave for three weeks. she couldn't attend her high school graduation and lost home. when the mobile county public school system stepped? >> they brought out their robot that utilizes two ipads allowing pettway to be in another place without leaving the hospital and able to stay put while the robot walked, quote unquote, across the stage for her. maybe just rolled more like it. >> got the di employploma. high five missing but that's the best you can do under the circumstances. >> amazing and even a speaker i think down below.
>> would help me if i could not go to class and just send the robot. see you on channel 7. >> see ya. - well, sir, looks like it's time for me to begin my long overdue vacation. - vacation? uh, a little heads up would have been nice. - i've emailed you daily, left you dozens of voicemails, and for the last six weeks, there's been this. - i can't decipher your cryptic clues. - anyway, here's your schedule for while i'm away, sir. - "shedule." bless you. [chuckles]