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that video was shot in san jose. within a few minutes, hail covered the parking lot. it was really a hail deluge. you could see piles on the side of the 101 in san jose as well. almost looks like snow, doesn't it? >> yeah, it really does. new to a view from the air. these are the hills near livermore. you can see a dusting of snow as sky 7 panned along the ridge line. and this is just outside our abc7 studio in san francisco, down the front steps. hail and rain came down by the bucketful. this is was right around lunchtime. >> something else. we have a team of today's weather for you. laura anthony has been out in the elements today. abc7 news meteorologist drew tuma and weather anchor spencer christian are monitoring the conditions all across california. spencer, let's start you. >> okay. i'm glad you focused on the
hail, because i think a moment ago i said sleet. we had pea-sized hail at st. helena and san mateo, and snow showers are still fallin in parts of mt. diablo and around the mt. hampton area. here is a look at live doppler 7. the storm is not quite so well-organized as earlier. we still have pockets of mixed precipitation, and the focus right now on the mt. hamilton area once again, where we have some rain down in the lower elevations and some downpours as well. in the higher elevations, it is still snowing. how long will this last and what can we expect next? let's go to meteorologist drew tuma, who has more on what's coming our way. drew? >> yeah, spencer. we still have the threat of more hail and lightning through the evening. we're not out of the woods just yet. storm impact scale. it's a level 1 light system. tonight showers could contain some hail and lightning again. it is for that fact the storm prediction center has continued to place the entire bay area and
really much of northern california under that threat tonight nderstorm does pop up, well see some hail again likely and even the potential for some lightning. here is the system on the rclockseflow. that low is essentially right over ukiah right now. all these showers offshore you see right now. they're going to move onshore over the next couple hours and renew that chance that you could see some rain in your neighborhood. hour-by-hour, 8:30 later on tonight, there is that peppering of showers if not a couple of storms working through the bay area. a similar story by 11 p.m., we're back on air for abc7 news at 11:00. then first thing tomorrow morning, when you wake up, this rain is out of here, but it will be a chilly morning tomorrow morning. when spencer comes back, he'll look at our overnight lows. >> thanks a lot. today's wild winter weather brought snow to mt. diablo.
excite excited hikers braved the cold. laura anthony continues on mt. diablo tonight. laura? >> hi, dan. you had to come way up here to see the snow. we're above 3,000 feet, just below the summit. we saw it all up here. whatever you saw down there, we saw it all up here within like 20 minutes. in some cases we saw snow, rain, hail. just a sampling of what everyone is seeing today in the bay area. one had to be almost as high as a jet to see it, but on mt. diablo and peaks throughout the bay area, the wild march storm left a god amount of snow. such a rare happening that it prompted some to hike up, just to see it up close. >> absolutely beautiful. >> absolutely beautiful. >> it began to melt as soon as it settled in. but still. >> it's really nice.
being outside in the fresh air, everything gets clean. it's just nice to be outside. down below is hail that caught everyone's attention, like in santa rosa, blanketed in a matter of minutes with the tiny ice balls. the situation became dicey on highway 101 nearwindsor. creating hazardous driving conditions that led to several accidents. >> never seen something like this, ever, ever. san francisco, san mateo also received their share of hail while hayward was treated to lightning before the lunch hour. all with skies that occasionally broke with sun and clouds, even a rainbow. a sign for many that there are better days ahead. and perhaps appreciation that mother nature can provide welcome and well needed respite. >> yeah, absolutely. it's good to just get away and be able to kind of walk outside and get away from the crowds as well, especially in the city. i feel a bit more safe.
>> now just when we thought things had cleared for the afternoon, we had another i think it was more like a hailstorm up here for about 15, 20 minutes. it just came dumping down, but let's show you back live here. this picnic table in front of me. this was not the kind of snow that you could do much more than look at because almost as soon as it landed, it melted. so we did see some folks up here with some sleds, but i can tell you they did not get a lot of sledding in today. live on mount diablo, laura anthony, abc7 news. >> not exactly sledding conditions. thanks very much, laura. that's good stuff. you can track the weather and access the same live doppler 7 that drew and spencer use. just go to our abc7 news bay area app available for roku and other devices. let's turn now to our efforts to build a better bay area by looking out for our public health. statewide, the downward trend of coronavirus activity appears to be slowing. today's number of new cases is
above average. the test positivity rates averaged over seven days or 14 days are going up. but the number of hospitalized patients is decreasing. and today the number of icu patients dropped below a thousand. santa clara county officials do not believe they'll face repercussions for pushing back against the state's new vaccine distribution plan. our media partners at the bay area news group obtain and email from blue shield telling county officials to disregard the vaccine contract. abc7 news reporter chris nguyen is speaking with county officials. >> reporter: in the county of santa clara, county leaders are pushing back against a plan that would require them to hand over local control of vaccine distribution of blue shield, california. >> each part of the state is not the same. >> reporter: in an interview with abc7 news, county executive jeff smith says the bay area's largest county is now in talks with the state and are hopeful for a firm outcome by the end of the week. as part of the negotiations, the county wants to receive its vaccine supply directly from the state rather than having to go
through blue shield. they also want to be able to continue using the county's current appointment system, which they say is far superior to the one that was developed by the state. >> some counties need administrative structures. others just need the vaccine. >> reporter: late this afternoon, abc7 news learned that because of low vaccine supply from the state, the county health system has halted the scheduling of first dose appointments in an effort to conserve current inventory for second dose appointments that are already on the books. it's unclear when more appointments will be available. >> my suspicion is that they're trying to divert as much of the vaccine to southern california as possible, and that's not something that we think is acceptable. >> reporter: that's because the state recently announced that 40% of vaccines would be set aside for low income communities based on the healthy places index, the majority of whom are in the south. and as concerns grow over the public/private partnership involving blue shield, only time will tell if it turns out to be
successful. >> there needs to be a lot more input to blue shield around how to develop an equity lens here. i'm sure that there is a lot of goodwill there, but there is going to be some growing pains. and i think stakeholders need to be at the table. >> reporter: so far the california department of public health says dozens of providers who oversee more dozens of vaccine sites across the state have already sign on to work with blue shield. in san jose, chris nguyen, abc7 news. in the north bay, there is a new effort to help bridge the equity gap when it comes to getting the covid vaccine. the demand for more mobile vaccination clinics are growing. they are reaching more underserved communities. cornell bernard takes a look. >> the first shot. one to go. >> reporter: duane smith is halfway to being vaccinated. he didn't need an appointment for this mobile clinic in marin city. >> most of my family have their first shot, some of their second. so i felt it was the right thing
to do. >> reporter: 150 vaccinations given at this mobile clinic sponsored in part by marin county public health. last week the mobile clinic gave 300 vaccinations at canal alliance, a nonprofit advocate for the latino community in san jose's canal district, where covid rates were once spiking. today only 5% of people have been vaccinated here. >> there is a need out there to do more efforts in order to be more equitable. >> reporter: community advocate douglas mundo wants to see more opportunities for people lacking access to wifi, computers and transportation, giving everyone accessibility to the shot. >> to places where they can go and what we call walking distance, you know. >> reporter: new data shows mobile vaccination clinics are helping to bridge the equity gap when it comes to giving vaccinations to folks who want it. new state numbers show black and latino individuals only made up 4 and 20% of all visitors to the
oakland coliseum mega vaccination rate, but those numbers were much higher at mobile vaccination site, 25 and 33% respectively. >> i think it's a great idea. anything that we can do to bring the vaccine to where people are, is always a great idea. >> reporter: san rafael councilmember wants more mobile vaccination sites in underserved communities. the county says it's working on a plan to expand clinic, even to local churches. in marin county, cornell bernard, abc7 news. now as of today, all but two bay area counties are in the red tear of restrictions. sonoma and contra costa counties are the only remaining counties in the purple tier, again, that's more restrictive. this is the first day in the red tier for santa cruz, solano and alameda counties that means the return of indoor dining, which was good news for customers at bill's cafe in pleasanton who were able to get out of the rain and get some food. gyms can open at 10% capacity. but in neighboring contra costa county, gyms can only operate
outside. former gym in walnut creek says it will have outdoor and indoor workouts when the county moves to the red tier. >> we'll move some equipment. we're going keep the majority out here. and then we'll keep this going. i'm anticipating keeping this going some level through the rest of this calendar year. >> to move to the red tier, counties are to meet the metrics for two consecutive weeks. and because alameda county is in the red tier, it's back to in-person learning in pleasanton tomorrow for students from sixth grade through high school. the announcement makes pleasanton the first district in the county to fully reopen for in-person learning at all grade levels. parents at foothill and ambassador valley high schools plan to line the streets leading up to the campuses to cheer on students as they enter the schools tomorrow morning for the first time in a long time. for many students stuck doing school online, they're missing motivation. but next you'll see where some in oakland have been able to find inspiration. hospitals across the country
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tell your doctor right away if you have new or worsening symptoms, including breathing problems, cough, chest pain, a change in your heartbeat, dizziness, yellowing of the skin or eyes, dark urine, tiredness, loss of appetite, abdomen pain, bleeding, bruising, fever, chills, or other symptoms of an infection, a severe or worsening rash, are or plan to become pregnant, or breastfeeding. avoid grapefruit during treatment. ask your doctor about living longer with kisqali. as distance learning continue, some students are finding it hard to stay motivated understandably, leading to learning loss and other issues as well. one school in oakland has seen the number of chronic absences almost double. >> and tonight we continue our week-long look at learning loss with a story of the challenges of online learning at mcclymonds high school. it's part of our online series,
mack, a pandemic school story. >> distance learning is definitely a struggle for a lot of students. some students are doing well and some students are not. percentage-wise, there is an increase in chronic absenteeism. so all our students have the ability to connect. some of them still aren't connecting. >> hello? >> this is miss alberta calling from mcclymonds high school. how you? >> good. and you? >> i'm good. >> i'm just calling to check up on you do to see how you're doing with your attendance and your grades. you been missing any classes? >> no. >> once a student reaches three to six absences, i am responsible for outreach to parents to find out why their student has missed so many
classes. they're at home so we can't monitor them, you know, as much as we would be able to if they were in the building. >> when we in person learning, whenever i stand in the hallways, i are ask a student, what did you learn today? that's so important. but it's hard to do that through distance learning unless you called in and saying hey, how did it go today? what did you learn today? how was your classes? and they need that. this area that we live in, that we work in, that our school is in, there is a lot of trauma. there is a lot of crime in our neighborhoods. we don't have proper grocery stores. >> and then you have some students who don't have nobody at home, who has nobody to push them. my motto is all you got to do is roll over and press a link. click a link. click a link and you in school. that's all you have to do. and some students don't feel like it's important, like it's
not school today. >> in 2018-2019, our severe chronically absent students was at 17.2%. last year, we decreased it to 11%. this year school year is back up 17.9. >> being at home, you kind of lose that motivation that you have, because you're not getting tat day to day experience that you usually do. when we're at school and we see our friends, it feel like it push you to want to do better in class. but now it's like our school and our home is all in one. like you can't really go and separate the two. so you can't really get away from home now. >> students are kind of on autopilot. you don't receive that same fire, that same passion, excitement for learning that, you know, we did when we were in person. there is a real lack of motivation because i think a lot of it is still unknown. when will this be over?
when can we be in person, when will students be hands on again. we've been lucky. we have worked with the crucible, and we are doing in-person classes with welding, glass working, and even ceramics, and students can sign up and get out of the house. >> cover. >> my engineering teacher really pushed me to join us because he felt it was good opportunity for students to get out and have fun. it gave me a piece of that school experience again, just being around people, able to talk to them and laugh. i felt like i was in that school environment again, but just in a different setting. >> really appreciate hearing from those teachers and young people. and follow the students at mcclymonds as the football team finally gets to practice on campus. the story continues on our abc7
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all right. let's check out weather conditions across the state. we are going to start on the westside. this is a live look in santa cruz. not exactly beach weather, though. and to the east, let's take you to california's border with nevada. oh, this is a glorious shot. this is a live look from our camera at zephyr cove at lake tahoe. you can see a little patch of snow there on the beach. wow. very tranquil, dan. >> that's a beautiful shot, actually. with the way the sun is breaking through the clouds a little bit. spencer, what a weird weather day all around the bay area. >> haven't we had the variety pack today?
we've had hail and snow and rain and thunder and lightning, and we had a rainbow. i have a picture i want to show you. this was taken late this afternoon. a rainbow over san leandro. i hope we can pull that up. can we pull that up? i'm waiting for something to pop. there it is. that was taken by my son, jason. the dude. thank you, dude. great shot of the rainbow. i hope you found that pot of gold. on we go to live doppler 7. and you can see that the storm that has brought us this variety pack of weather is sort of breaking up now with the little pockets of light precipitation scattered here and there. but it's still snowing in the mt. hamilton area. s the cold air is still with us. that's going to be with us for a while. here is kind of a scary looking view from emeryville looking at dark clouds in the west. 50 degrees right now in san francisco. oakland, 53. 49 at mountain view. 50, san jose. 40 at morgan hill and half moon bay. and looking across the embarcadero from our rooftop camera, we see some wet pavement there. it has been a little rainy in
san francisco this afternoon, and now early evening. temperature readings are in the mid- to upper 40s at all of these locations. santa rosa, novato, fairfield, concord and livermore. and sheer view of the golden gate. there is wet pavement there as well. but the skies are beginning to clear partially. and these are our forecast features. we'll have a wintry mix -- our wintry mix that we have now will be tapering off overnight. cold mornings and milder days lie ahead thursday through saturday, and our next round of rain will arrive on sunday. the storm impact scale indicates that what's left of this storm still ranks 1. a storm of light intensity, but occasionally we may have briefly heavy downpours. lightning and hail are still ■ possible with this storm and more snow in the highest peaks. forecast animation starting at 7:00 this evening shows it pretty much breaking up by 5:00 tomorrow morn. so as the morning commute begins, we should see still some wet spots on the road waist, but probably very little rainfall falling from the clouds above. and on we go to rainfall
estimates. we expect additional rainfall totals on top of what we already have of anywhere from just a couple hundreds of an inch up to maybe a quarter inch at livermore. over in the sierra, a winter storm warning remains in effect until 7:00 the evening. may see another 2 to 6 inches of snow. chilly everywhere. low temperatures in the mid- to upper 30s in the inland valleys and upper 30s near the coast and bay. highs tomorrow low to mid-50s at the coast. and mainly mid- to upper 50s just about everywhere else. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. it gets sunnier and milder on friday and saturday. we spring ahead to daylight saving time overnight saturday night into sunday. rain returns on sunday. and some of it mei-linger into early monday. and after that we got some clearing and milder weather in the middle of next week. dan and ama? >> all right. sounds good. thank you, spencer. all right. still to come, a $1400 check could be coming your way.
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building a better bay area for a safe and secure future, this is abc7 news. >> the motion is adopted. >> california congresswoman house speaker nancy pelosi announces the first legislative win for president biden, coming exactly seven weeks after he was sworn into office. >> today the house passed his $1.9 trillion covid relief package, which includes stimulus checks of $1400, extended unemployment benefits and more. >> abc7 news reporter mary alice
parks breaks down exactly what's included. >> reporter: the final vote in the house on president biden's first legislative priority, passing mostly on party lines, 220 to 211 with one democrat voting no. >> this bill represents a historic, historic victory for the american people. >> reporter: overall, democrats frustrated by the united republican opposition to this legislation, which polls suggest is quite popular in the country. >> the president, ie mr. trump said we needed more money for people. we now have a democratic president. and not a republican president. that's the only thing that's changed. the need is there. the virus is still with us. the economy is struggling. >> reporter: but republicans say so much money has already been spent on the problem. they are digging in on some of the fine print, like the fact that some incarcerated americans could qualify for direct payments, though the reality is they qualified last time too in
previous stimulus bills republicans championed. >> we're borrowing that money from our children. this should be a targeted relief bill. >> reporter: in addition to $1400 direct payments for themselves, adults making $75,000 a year could see thousands more if they have kids. and millions of families will also receive expanded child tax credits when they file their taxes. in ohio, stacey rodriguez was hospitalized with covid-19 last year. her daughter recently needed surgery too. she says that stimulus check will help with her medical bills. >> to some people $1400 is nothing to them. but it can mean i'm able to pay some of our electric billions. >> reporter: president biden plans to sign this bill into law friday at the white house. thursday evening, he will give a primetime address marking the one-year anniversary of the nationwide shutdowns caused by this pandemic. mary alice park, abc7 news, washington. >> and you can watch the president's speech here on abc7
tomorrow. it's scheduled to begin at 5:00 p.m. as a result of congress passing the covid relief package, marlins announamerican announced it's cancelling 13 furloughs. they can tear up the furlough notices sent out last month. airlines are in line for $14 billion in grants and loans in exchange for promises not to furlough or layoff employees until the end of september. a year into the pandemic now, there is a new potential problem for people receiving edd benefits. they have to reapply. many don't even know that. natalie granda from our sister station in fresno shows us the ongoing frustration for californians who can't even reach someone at the agency to clear up their case. >> reporter: millions of californians depending on unemployment money may now face new problems with payments a year into the pandemic. >> this issue is just beginning to hit the radar. >> state
assembly member jim patterson expects many across california to deal with the delay in payments because many
people haven't been told they have to reallay foretheir benefits. >> if you have had one year of unemployment, you have to go back in and reapply for it. and you can't wait around for the edd to remind you or call you. >> reporter: fresno resident kimberly guerrero was laid off at the start of the pandemic and never experienced problems with the edd until recently. on monday, she noticed a certification pending alert on her profile. she tried to call the employment development department but didn't have any luck after more than an hour. >> no, i wasn't able the get ahead of anybody at all. >> reporter: after reaching out the patterson's office, she was made aware that sle need to refile. action news reached out to edd about notifying californians, which responded, quote, if your benefit year has expired, you must file another unemployment claim we will send you a notice, telling you to file a new claim if
you are still unemployed. >> i never received any type of notification like that. >> reporter: an employ with
maximus didn't want to disclose their identity, but said they were hired by the edd to help with 1099-g tax form calls. however, most of the calls are people seeking help, more recently with refiling. she says due to software update, callers are temporarily being directed to an automated line that results in a dead-end. >> it's not right for these people to go around in circles and have to call in every hour just to see, okay, is this going to be the time that i get through. >> hope and pray that my claim doesn't get stuck within the california system, like a lot of the other claims have. >> reporter: natalie granda, abc7 news. >> now keep in mind 7 on your side and michael finney have been helping thousands of people navigate the edd throughout the pandemic. if you need help, go to abc7news.com/7 on your side. coming up next, living the california dream. no matter where you started out, look at the golden state's history of immigration
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♪ now to our ongoing series, "california dreaming" about people working to keep the california dream alive. while congress gets ready to take up two immigration bills that would legalize some undocumented worker, we look at the immigrant experience in california. >> over the past 30 years, california went from an anti-immigrant majority to a state that embraces immigrants now. many point to a pivotal moment decades ago that spurred this change. >> reporter: california is a welcoming place for the 11 million immigrants that live here that includes the 2.5 million who are undocumented. but it wasn't always this way. >> they keep coming. two million illegal immigrants in california. the federal government won't stop them at the border, yet requires us to pay billions to take care of them. >> reporter: in 1994, california governor pete wilson won reelection targeting illegal
immigration. voters also approved proposition 187, which denied social services, health care, and education to undocumented immigrants. >> prop 187 created a sense of fear for so many people, but it also was a catalyst. it was something that motivated a lot of people to push back. >> reporter: over the next ten years, california added 1.8 million registered voters. 89% of them were latino or asian. >> you see a lot of people who became politically engaged, politically involved because of that. we were never going to let our community be targeted again in that way in california. >> reporter: david campos is one of those who pushed back. in 2008, he was elected to the san francisco board of supervisors. it was then that he shared a secret. >> when i first ran for elected office as a supervisor, i was
proud to let people know that i came here as an undocumented immigrant when i was a kid. i think it's important for people to know what an undocumented person can look like. >> my name is kevin lee, and i currently work as a policy aide in santa clara county. i am currently a daca recipient. being undocumented, that is often stigmatized. i emigrated from south korea when i was 5 years old. we came under a visa program. it was very shortly after graduating high school when i became undocumented. i actually entered the county through the new americans fellowship program. >> the new americans fellowship is a ten-week fellowship. young people who are daca recipients and college students come to the county to learn about the local government workings as well as the safety net services that we provide for the immigrant community. i think it was very important for us to see these young people
as a voice that we value. >> reporter: since 1994, californians elected its first asian state legislators and tripled its latino representation. on the 25th anniversary of proposition 187, latino legislators put out this message. >> dear governor wilson, you said california had to be saved from my mom. >> i'm an immigrant and became a u.s. citizen in the mid-'90s, all because you. >> reporter: california now has laws that allow undocumented people to get drivers licenses, let undocumented students pay in-state tuition at public universities, and in 2018, california officially became a sanctuary state. today undocumented workers make up 10% of the workforce and critical industries like agriculture, construction, and manufacturing. >> those of us who came here, came here in search of the american dream. and i would say that we love this country as much or if not more than people who are born here. >> i do consider myself lucky and privileged because
california is known for its progressivism. i'm very fortunate to have grown up in a state like california. >> it's so great to hear all these experience. and you can scream all of our california dreaming stories on demand, including our 30-minute california dreaming special right now on our abc7 bay area connected tv app. download the app right now on roku, fire tv, android tv as well as apple tv. well, you saw the storm that moved through earlier today. pretty wild stuff. we have clearer weather ahead,
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it did not last very long. >> the storm left a coating of snow over the mountains around the bay. look at this. sky 7 video of the santa clara foothills just south of calaveras reservoir. we usually see snow on the mountaintops, but this time it fell in the foothill, down to elevations as low as 2500 feet. and check this out. you might think it's snow, but it's actually hail. it covered this backyard in santa rosa, blanketing table, chair, plant, pretty much everything in sight. oh, boy, that poor car. this was hail in oakland. the video is in slow motion so you can really hear and see it coming down. look at the size of those hailstones, dan. >> it's like marbles hitting that car. you're right. poor car indeed. hope it doesn't have too many dings and dents. spencer christian is here. this out of here pretty much, spencer?
any more of this coming? >> well, it's definitely weakening, dan and ama, but it's not completely out of here yet. however, it is much less widespread than earlier today. looking at live doppler, you can see how scattered the areas of precipitation are. but there is still a chance of some brief downpour, and maybe even some more hail. of course we've got to cold air so there will be more snow falling in our higher elevations. the storm still ranks 1 on the impact scale. so for tonight, it may be this the early morning hours, we'll see a few more showers, briefly lightning and hail still possible. here is the forecast animation starting at 7:00 this evening. and by midnight, it will be almost out of here. pushing southward. certainly about 5:00 tomorrow morning, when the morning commute begins. it will be close to being over. and on we go to the chilly night ahead on the chilly early morning ahead. low temperatures will drop into the mid- to upper 30s in the inland valleys and upper 30s near the coast and bay. tomorrow's highs under a brightening skies will just reach mainly to the upper 50s in
the mildest locations. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. cold morning on friday too. a mild afternoon. same pattern on saturday. temperatures climbing into the mid-60s those two days. we spring forward to daylight saving time on sunday, and we get a little more rain coming in late sunday. dan and ama? >> all right. thank you, spencer. >> all right. sports director larry beil is here with hoops tonight. larry? >> yeah, getting ready. warriors getting set for the second half of the season. and you wonder, what's it like actually playing in an all-star game? you're going hear it with a mic
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raise their game on this roster or be acquired to help curry out. >> you got this guy who is generationally good. what's your responsibility is to help him to win a championship, to put the best players around him that you can. so we try to do that. and i think for a stretch, we did. and now we're going okay, we see what you guys need. and how do we keep doing that. >> it's a good question. got to get some better guys to help. speaking of steph, he was mic'd up for the iatnton suaye thin t clearly here is curry's absolute joy on the court and his love for the game. >> legs feel like jell-o, hey, ho. i haven't been this close. get the legs moving.
>> all right. i'm going to throw it to you. you're going to return the favor, throw it back. next play. >> i love he pulls down the rebound, nobody else there. baseball. chris bass on the hill for the a's. gets tyrone taylor swinging. josh haider on the hill. this is crush to right. camera can't even find the ball out there. allen's first home other telephone spring. two batters later, razor ramon laureano, high, deep and aloha! his second of the spring as the a's would cruise to a 9-1 victory. how about the giants hosting the cubs in scottsdale. ever heard of jason krazan? sixth inning, this is a two-run homer to right center field. lands in the giants bullpen. but that's not the most impressive thing he did. two outs in the ninth. it's a one-run. brennan davis will rip one here.
krizan, that's a game ending dive and catch. giants win 7-6. big announcement. hockey back where it belongs on espn and abc. a new seven-year deal that starts next season that will bring the regular season, the play-offs, and the finals back to its rightful and long-time home. >> welcome for the first of espn's coverage of national hockey league action. >> delighted to have you with us for yet another one of those big moments in sports. for a hockey fan, it doesn't get any better than this. scores! to gretzky, scores! the greatest goal scorer in national hockey league history. he is back on the floor! do you believe it? do you believe it! a dream has come true. >> look at the sound of a stanley cup champion.
♪ >> he scores! >> score. >> score. >> score! >> some great historical moments there. the nhl is going to get a lot of exposure as a result of this deal. and i finally figured out after watching that steph curry montage from the all-star game what steph and i have in common, and that is when he said legs feel like jell-o. every day i say that. i wake up and i go oh, man, legs feel like jell-o. yep, we're like, this steph and i. so similar, yeah. >> more so every day. >> it's hard to tell you two apart. >> yeah.
all right. >> thanks, larry. >> well, tonight on abc7 at 8:00, catch the goldbergs followed by american housewife, the conners, and call your mother. at 10:00, catch the con. and stay with us for abc7 news at 11:00. and you can watch all our newscasts live and on demand through the abc7 bay area connected tv app. it's available for apple tv, android tv, amazon fire tv and roku. download the app now and start streaming. before we go, we have some breaking news to tell you about. the u.s. is considering using moffett field in mountain view to temporarily house unaccompanied migrant children. >> the number of unaccompanied minors in federal custody has risen to just under 3500 in recent weeks. nasa tells abc7 news that it is coordinating a site assessment and the health and human services will determine whether the facilities are suitable. >> and we will of course have more at 11:00. thanks for joining us. i'm ama daetz. >> and i'm dan ashley. for all of us here, we appreciate your time. we'll see you tonight at 11:00.
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